Earlier this month, the EPA announced their proposed rule which would decrease the ethanol volume obligation from 14.4 billion gallons to around 13 billion gallons.
Farmers and stakeholders will have the opportunity to comment on the proposed rule, which will be vital to the future of the ethanol industry.
But Jonathan Coppess, a former Senate Agriculture Committee Counsel, now at the University of Illinois, explains in this audio that legal issues could be involved in EPA’s proposal to scale back the RFS requirements.
Thank you to DomesticFuel.com for providing this audio.
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