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-Include high octane/high ethanol Regular Grade fuel in EPA Tier 3 regulations.
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Trump and the EPA Should Stay Out of Point of Obligation Fight

Submitted by on June 9, 2017 – 7:53 pmNo Comment

by Gary Baise  (OFW Law/Morning Consult)  … Like the EPA, the vast majority of the liquid fuel industry is also strongly opposed to shifting the RFS point of obligation for a variety of regulatory and economic reasons. Over the past 12 years, stakeholders have made significant investments in infrastructure — hundreds of millions of dollars — to respond to market demand to increase the availability of renewable fuels domestically. Refiners, blenders and retailers have assembled complex supply chains above the rack, at blending terminals and downstream to service this market. A change to the RFS point of obligation would certainly satisfy the minority interests of handful of refineries, but it would undercut the investments made by others, disrupt the fuels market and cause consumer gasoline prices to increase. Moving the point of obligation would also jeopardize the renewable fuels market — something that the President opposes and actively campaigned to protect. READ MORE

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