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Renewable Fuels Nebraska opposes 'any change' to RFS point of obligation

This article first appeared in Biofuels News and was published on March 7, 2017.

Renewable Fuels Nebraska, a trade body for the US ethanol industry, has issued a statement stating that it is “strongly opposed to any change in the point of obligation”.

The statement follows last week’s news of rumours from the Trump administration that it would remove oil refiner’s obligation to blend ethanol with petro under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) programme.

In response to unconfirmed reports concerning the possibility of a change to the point of obligation under the RFS, RFN executive director Mark Palmer said: “Since its inception in 2005, the RFS has been a pillar of our domestic energy policy. Recently, there have been calls for a change in the RFS by moving the point of obligation.

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