STUDY FINDS EPA RFG ETHANOL RULE DEVOID OF BENEFIT

A study prepared for the American Petroleum Institute concludes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's plan to mandate the use of ethanol in 30% of reformulated gasoline (RFG) is "singularly devoid of benefits." James Sweeney professor and chairman of Stanford University's engineering-economic systems department, prepared the paper in response to the EPA rulemaking (OGJ, Mar. 14, p. 36; Jan. 24, p. 16). EPA claimed the rule would improve air quality, cut foreign oil imports, cut

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