WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, Marathon Petroleum Corp, one of the largest refining companies in the United States, requested a “hardship waiver” from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to exempt one of its facilities from its requirements under the Renewable Fuel Standard. In response to this request, Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor issued the following statement.
“Two of the largest corporations in the country are set to create an oil monopoly, and they are still expecting ‘small refiner’ handouts. This is what happens when EPA regulators are permitted to ignore the president’s commitments to rural communities. These waivers have already siphoned billions away from farm families to enrich some of the world’s largest oil companies as well as a few well-connected investors like Carl Icahn. Those gallons need to be restored and American consumers need immediate, year-round access to E15.”
Washington, DC – U.S. suppliers of coarse grains and co-products, industry representatives and members of the grain trade should make hotel reservations before the Oct. 1 cutoff for Export Exchange 2018. Co-sponsored by the U.S. Grains Council (USGC), Growth Energy, and the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), Export Exchange 2018 is scheduled for Oct. 22-24 in Minneapolis, […]
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