SENATE FINE TUNES ALTERNATIVE FUELS IN NES

The Senate energy committee, marking up National Energy Strategy (NES) legislation, has rebuffed a tough proposal that would have required U.S. refiners to provide alternative fuels as a percentage of their gasoline sales. The oil industry had lobbied hard against the provision, filed as a bill by Sen. James Jeffords (R-Vt.) and introduced as an amendment in the Senate energy committee markups by Sens. Larry Craig (R-Idaho) and Conrad Burns (R-Mont.)

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