NEWS
Brian Milne DTN Refined Fuels Editor
Wed May 22, 2013 02:15 PM CDT

HOUSTON (DTN) -- As the U.S. refined fuels industry awaits an overdue final rule from the Environmental Protection Agency on this year's Renewable Volume Obligation under the Renewable Fuel Standard, market forces have already reacted to limited space for additional ethanol to meet the mandate, Andrew Lipow, president of Lipow Oil Associates, LLC, said at Platts' second-annual North American Refined Products Conference in Houston on Tuesday.

The RVO refers to the volume of renewable fuel an obligated party -- oil refiners, blenders and importers -- must use in lieu of petroleum-based products based on the amount of oil products they ...

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