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RFS Proposal Worries Farm Country
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Fri May 29, 2015 12:56 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Though EPA officials Friday touted the proposed Renewable Fuel Standard volumes as pro-growth for biofuels, most biofuels and agriculture industry groups were not impressed with EPA's numbers.

Ethanol and agriculture groups see the proposal as doing little or nothing to address blend wall concerns. Corn-ethanol producers would see virtually no RFS support to the levels mandated by statute. The corn-based ethanol portion of the RFS falls short of the 15-billion-gallon cap already in statute through 2016.

Under the law, corn-based ethanol volume requirements should be 15 billion gallons for 2015, the cap under the law. EPA proposed ...

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