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Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:31 PM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- Citing the delays in finalizing the Renewable Volume Obligation for 2014, obligated parties will have more time to comply with their 2013 RVO under the Renewable Fuel Standard.

This represents the third extension the Environmental Protection Agency has allowed for the 2013 RVO compliance.

EPA said in a notice Thursday obligated parties for the 2013 RVO will have until 30 days following the date when the final RVO is established for the 2014 mandate, which is now eight months late.

"This proposed action would ensure timely amendment of existing deadlines, before compliance obligations would otherwise go ...

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