World News: 19:57 GMT Monday 31st July 2017. [Oil and Gas Journal General News via SPi World News]
A three-judge federal appeals court panel struck down the US Environmental Protection Agency’s waiver authority for quotas under its program to increase renewable fuels used in domestic gasoline. The US Appeals Court for the District of Columbia’s July 31 opinion specifically addressed waivers EPA issued under the inadequate domestic supply provision within its 2014-16 renewable fuel obligations (RFOs).
Read More: http://www.ogj.com/articles/2017/07/federal-appeals-court-vacates-epa-s-renewable-fuel-waivers-authority.html
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