The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Friday specifics regarding a plan to raise biofuels consumption in the US that involves increasing ethanol blend requirements for oil refiners to a still unspecified amount in 2020 and also clear away barriers that hinder the sale of E15 and other higher ethanol blends. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and member of the Senate Agriculture Committee lauded the plan that would "fix EPA's exemption process and help farmers and biofuels producers going forward," Grassley said.
Trump administration unveils plan to boost biofuel consumption in 2020
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