Renewable Fuel Revisions No Panacea For Biofuel Projects

Law360, New York (August 9, 2013, 10:18 PM EDT) -- By cutting U.S. fuel refiners a break on a mandate to use more biofuels, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently reaffirmed its commitment to a controversial renewable fuel standards program while acknowledging its limitations, but experts say developers won't be eager to break ground on new biofuel projects until political uncertainty subsides.

The EPA on Tuesday increased the total amount of renewable fuels that must be added to the U.S. fuel supply in 2013 under its Renewable Fuel Standard program, or RFS2, by 1.35 billion gallons...
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