June 2010

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: EPA urged to delay judgment on E15

The Auto Alliance, the American Petroleum Institute and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute urged the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to delay action on the agency's proposal to allow highe..

Thinnes, Billy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The Auto Alliance, the American Petroleum Institute and the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute urged the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to delay action on the agency's proposal to allow higher levels of ethanol in gasoline. Higher levels of ethanol have not been proven safe or effective according to industry projections based on preliminary results of testing introduced at a meeting of the Mid-Level Ethanol Blends Research Coordination Group. Dave McCurdy, president and CEO of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers; Jack Gerard, president and CEO of the American Petroleum Institute; and Kris Kiser, executive vice president of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute issued this state

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