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Thu Nov 29, 2012 03:28 PM CST

NEW YORK (DTN) -- The Environmental Protection Agency's latest data shows 98.37 million gallons of biomass-based diesel were produced in October that generated 150.5 million D4 tradable compliance credits known as Renewable Identification Numbers or RINs.

Those figures reflect an increase from September data that showed 96.77 million gallons produced, generating 147.4 million D4 RINs.

The latest EPA data also show 77.5 million gallons of advanced biofuel were produced last month, generating 68.28 million D5 RINs. That's down from 77.7 million gallons produced in September, generating 78.43 million D5 RINs.

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