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Mon Mar 24, 2014 09:34 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The Environmental Protection Agency reported Friday, March 21, that 1.049 billion D6 Renewable Identification Numbers were generated in February, down 11.7% from the 1.172 billion D6 RINs generated in January.

Domestic production and imports generating D6 RINs, which is primarily corn-based ethanol, was 1.037 billion gallons in February, down from 1.161 billion in January.

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 February was 100.643 million gallons, up from 87.5 million gallons in January. Qualifying renewables under the D4 category ...

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