Energy subcommittee deletes phase-in for low-sulfur diesel

07/23/2001
A House Energy and Commerce subcommittee approved an energy efficiency bill July 12 that includes a proposal to drop the phase-in period for a controversial low-sulfur diesel rule.The amendment, sponsored by Rep. Ed Bryant (R-Tenn.), would bring low-sulfur diesel on the market at one time in 2006, rather than phase it in between then and 2010.The bill goes to the full committee for approval next week. The Senate must approve the bill before it has any effect.Refiners have consistently sought a phase-in period.Fuel marketing associations had sought the change, saying that otherwise they might have to store two different types of diesel fuel during the phase-in period.Environmental groups s...
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