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Mon Jun 10, 2013 12:02 PM CDT

OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- The requirements of the 2007 Renewable Fuel Standard are already outdated and must evolve if the goals of the program are to be achieved, said the National Association of Convenience Stores, which represents the industry responsible for 80% of the fuels purchased in the United States.

"The assumption about the growth of the U.S. motor fuels market that informed the 2007 Congress have proven wrong and the program needs to evolve to reflect current market realities," said John Eichberger, NACS vice president of government relations. "Six years ago, there was every indication that motor fuels demand ...

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