Weekly LCFS Newsletter
Published each Wednesday, the Weekly LCFS Newsletter is a snapshot of the current LCFS credit price trend. The Weekly also takes a look at recent news on the LCFS in California, and the progress of LCFS-style adoption in other states and countries. View a sample of the Weekly LCFS Newsletter here.
Monthly LCFS Newsletter
Published the third Tuesday of every month, the Monthly LCFS Newsletter starts with a review of the monthly credit price trend and the latest LCFS news. In addition, CARB’s monthly credit transaction summary is included along with Stillwater’s own analysis of credit transaction developments. The final section includes two Monthly Highlights: The first is an analysis of recent events in the LCFS that will give subscribers valuable long-term insight into the program. The second Monthly Highlight examines the latest monthly data published by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for that state’s Clean Fuels Program, offering insights into the growth of that LCFS-style program and its interaction with California’s own. View a sample of the Monthly LCFS Newsletter here.
Quarterly LCFS Newsletter
Published on the second Thursday after CARB releases the updated data from the LCFS Reporting Tool (LRT), the Quarterly LCFS Newsletter is Stillwater’s analysis of the credit and deficit data from the LRT. The data analysis provides insight into credit- and deficit-generation trends, low-carbon-intensity (CI) fuel use trends, and potential future developments. The highlight of the Quarterly is Stillwater’s expert examination of the issues around the LCFS. This analysis delves into specific topics like New Pathways, Advanced Biofuels Penetration, and Interaction with the Renewable Fuel Standard. View a sample of the Quarterly LCFS Newsletter here.
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