22 February 2011 17:52 [Source: ICIS news]
PHOENIX (ICIS)--The US needs a uniform standard for the roll-out of higher ethanol blends, a government official said on Tuesday, citing rules in several states that cap ethanol blending at 10%.
Some states limit blending at 10%, even though the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has given approval for higher blends, said Randy Jennings, regulatory fuels administrator with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture, in a speech at the 16th National Ethanol Conference in Phoenix.
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“This is what keeps me up at night,” the producer said, citing rules in some
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“There is a lot to be accomplished, and a lot will happen,” he said.
The two-day conference was organised by the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA).
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