EPA'S REFORMULATED GASOLINE PLAN DRAWS FIRE

Industry groups are criticizing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to require renewable fuels like ethanol in reformulated gasoline (RFG). EPA issued its proposed RFG rule, dropping the Bush Administration's plan to grant ethanol a 1 psi waiver from the Clean Air Act's RFG requirements. But it proposed a separate rule requiring 30% of the compounds used to add oxygen to RFG to come from renewable sources (OGJ, Dec. 20, p. 29). Such sources include ethanol and

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