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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Tue Jul 8, 2014 10:20 AM CDT

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy reiterated her previous statements that the Renewable Fuel Standard 2014 volumes would be released "soon," during a conference call with reporters Tuesday. But this time she may have provided a hint about where EPA is going with the law.

"It has become very clear to me that there's some general concern about volumes and adjustment to volumes," she said. "We're just taking the time we need to make sure the Renewable Fuel Standard takes that into account. It has taken awhile longer. I think they'll (ag, ethanol) be pleased that we're taking the time to get ...

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