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US EPA fuel import rule could shake up RINs market

January 10, 2012
Platts Oilgram News
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In the January 10, 2012, issue of Platts Oilgram News, Sutherland attorneys Susan G. Lafferty and David M. McCullough comment on the new EPA fuel import rule related to the U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard. In finalizing the 2012 RFS, the agency included an amendment that affects petroleum import producers aiming to comply with Renewable Identification Number (RIN) rules. The amendment, which limits the RINs petroleum product importers may "separate," will reduce liquidity in the marketplace and increase compliance costs, according to Lafferty and McCullough. They say that the considerable implications deserve regulatory attention.

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