NEWS
Myke Feinman Refine Fuels Reporter
Thu Feb 7, 2013 09:52 AM CST

LAS VEGAS (DTN) -- Concerns about purchasing fraudulent Renewable Identification Numbers this year should evaporate -- but the protection will cost you.

Byron Bunker of the Environmental Protection Agency described a proposed program for "bullet-proof" RINs during a session Wednesday afternoon at the 2013 National Biodiesel Conference & Expo at Las Vegas, Nev., outlining the proposed Quality Assurance Program for renewable fuels and the associated RINs generated along with the fuel by producers.

RINs are the credits utilized by obligated parties -- refiners, blenders and importers -- to show compliance with the Renewable Fuels Standard that mandates increasing volumes of ...

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