EPA Backs Off Changes To Renewable Fuel Program Following Backlash

Published on 20 Oct 2017, 12:47
According to a report by Reuters, the United State's Environmental Protection Agency has backed away from a series of controversial changes to the country's renewable fuel program following a massive wave of backlash from corn-state lawmakers. On Thursday, in a letter to a group of corn-state senators, EPA administrator Scott Pruitt claimed that the agency will keep renewable fuel volumes at proposed volumes, or even greater, and will choose not to pursue allowing exported ethanal to be eligible to earn credits under the renewable fuel program.

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