Tom Buis joined Growth Energy in March 2009 and served as the CEO of the organization until July of 2015. Prior to joining Growth Energy, Buis was elected National Farmers Union’s 13th president. Buis had been with the organization since March 1998, previously serving as vice president of government relations. Buis served for nearly five years as senior agriculture policy advisor to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D. In addition, Buis worked for U.S. Rep. Jim Jontz, D-Ind., for nearly five years as a legislative assistant and legislative director. He was also special assistant for agriculture to U.S. Sen. Birch Bayh, D-Ind. Before moving to Washington, D.C. in 1987, Buis was a full-time grain and livestock farmer in Putnam and Morgan Counties in West Central Indiana, with brothers Mike and Jeff, who continue to operate the family farm.

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Moving to a nationwide E15 standard would save $12.2 billion in fuel costs - every year. That's meaningful for American drivers. https://t.co/0YVDOqVekX

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We recently hosted U.S. Sen. Steve Daines at the CHS refinery in Laurel, Montana. The event included a tour and a discussion about domestic energy policy, and how the refinery supports our customers and owners across rural America. https://t.co/xe0NF7MSUb

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.@RepCheri in @FoxBusiness: When we blend ethanol into our gasoline, it reduces harmful emissions almost in half, brings down the price for consumers by up to 60 cents per gallon and supports American farmers. foxbusiness.com/energy/ethanol…

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Japan has committed to taking all available measures to double demand for bioethanol, including for sustainable aviation fuel and on-road fuel, by 2030 to reduce dependence on imported petroleum. This move translates to roughly over an E3 blend → whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…

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