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Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Mon Dec 10, 2007 05:43 PM CST

CHICAGO (DTN) -- A major energy bill may be bogged down in Congress, but even if it fails, the Bush administration is forging ahead with a presidential promise to mandate 35 billion gallons of renewable fuels within 10 years, industry speakers told attendees at the National Grain and Feed Association meeting in Chicago Tuesday. The proposed regulations, which will be issued by the Environmental Protection Agency as early as January 1, are drafted and have only been sidelined until it's clear how renewable fuels fare on Capitol Hill.

"People at EPA think it's crazy to mandate such a large volume ...

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