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Tue Oct 29, 2013 04:21 PM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The Environmental Protection Agency reported on Oct. 29 that 1.111 billion D6 Renewable Identification Numbers were generated in September, down 1.6% from the 1.129 billion D6 RINs generated in August.

D6 RINs generated in 2013 through September total roughly 9.8 billion.

Domestic production and imports generating D6 RINs, which is primarily corn-based ethanol, was 1.094 billion gallons in September, up from 1.118 billion in August.

D6 RINs are equal to 1 gallon of renewable fuel produced or imported.

Biomass-based diesel D4 category output from domestic production and imports in August was 166.893 million gallons, down from ...

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