FarmPolicy

April 23, 2014

Biofuels; Farm Bill; Budget; Regulations; Ag Economy; and, Immigration

Biofuels

Zack Colman reported yesterday at the Hill’s Energy Blog that, “The fight between the biofuels industry and oil-and-gas lobby group the American Petroleum Institute (API) flared again Thursday when the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its 2013 targets for a biofuel-blending rule.

EPA raised how much cellulosic biofuel — those made from non-edible feedstock — it expected refiners to blend this year as part of the renewable fuel standard.

EPA set the mark at 14 million gallons of cellulosic biofuel, up from about 8.65 million gallons last year. The new figure pleased the biofuels industry, but did not satisfy API.”

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