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Guest Editorial
Mon Dec 1, 2014 03:05 PM CST

Federal regulators have stumbled again in following the congressionally approved roadmap for expanding and accelerating biofuel development and use, announcing Friday they will not finalize 2014 blending requirements under the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) until sometime next year.

Some in the sector see the delay as a victory -- a sign EPA has abandoned proposals issued in November 2013 that would have drastically cut blending levels well below those called for in the 2007 federal law establishing the RFS. However, we have no assurance that agency administrators know just what they plan to do ...

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