Downscaling of EPA’s cellulosic ethanol mandate illustrates value of multiple-option strategic planning

As proposed in July of this year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized its RFS2 renewable fuels blending mandates for 2011 from 250 million gallons to 6.6 million gallons, at the low end of the expected 6-million-gallon to 25-million-gallon range. As we stated then, this “surpris...

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