RFS won’t expire next year, volume requirements in limbo

RFS won’t expire next year, volume requirements in limbo

The clock on the Renewable Fuel Standard won’t run out at the end of 2022 when it resets, but industry leaders wonder how the Environmental Protection Agency will set volume requirements for 2023.

Renewable Fuels Association CEO Geoff Cooper calls the RFS “an absolute winner.” “We shouldn’t expect to see anything less than what we see in 2022 when we talk about 2023 and beyond in terms of volumes,” he said.

At the 16th annual Ethanol: Emerging Issues Forum, Cooper, said the EPA is looking at getting rid of the yearly RVO process.

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