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CBO Examines RFS
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Jun 27, 2014 01:36 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Barring a significant explosion of cellulosic ethanol production in the next eight years, a new Congressional Budget Office report outlines what even those in the biofuels industry likely already knew -- chances are slim that the biofuels industry will get anywhere near the 36-billion-gallon mark mandated by the Renewable Fuel Standard by 2022.

The report was completed as part of an ongoing examination of the RFS by the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The committee issued a series of so-called white papers, http://tinyurl.com/…, looking at the RFS last year as part of an effort to consider ...

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