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Biofuels Groups Praise Agency’s Approval Of Grain Sorghum Oil For RFS

Biofuels groups are praising EPA’s proposed approval of grain sorghum oil as a feedstock for general biofuels production that qualifies for use under the agency’s renewable fuel standard (RFS), countering prior suggestions from some observers that the Trump administration is hesitant to approve new RFS “pathway” fuels.

 

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