Topics: E15

EPA Issues Waiver for E15 Sales

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an emergency fuel waiver to allow E15 gasoline, gasoline that uses a 15 percent ethanol blend, to be sold during the summer driving season, effective May 1. NATSO urged EPA to exercise its waiver authority under the Clean Air Act to authorize the year-round sale of E15 arguing it would lower the cost of fuel while also enhancing America’s energy security and improving the emissions characteristics of gasoline. More

Administration Permits E15 Sales Year-Round

The Biden Administration announced this morning that it is taking executive action to permit E15 to be sold year-round in all parts of the country this summer. More

Status of a Budget Reconciliation Proposal and What the 2022 Appropriations Bill Means for NATSO Priorities Members Only Join or Login

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NATSO Urges EPA to Issue E15 Waiver

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NATSO Analysis: EPA Expected to Grant Small Refinery Waivers Members Only Join or Login

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to announce this week that it will grant at least 20 small refinery exemptions under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) for compliance year 2019 despite the ruling last year by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals that EPA did not have authority to issue these waivers. More

NATSO Analysis: EPA Proposed RFS Reform Regulations Members Only Join or Login

The Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA” or the “Agency”) recently proposed new regulations (“Proposed Rule” or the “Proposal”) pertaining to implementation of the Renewable Fuel Standard (“RFS” or the “Program”). More

Government Remains Shutdown; Minimal Impacts on Highway, Fuel Policy

Parts of the federal government, including the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation, remain shut down as the 116th Congress gavels into session. For the time being, however, there are minimal impacts on policies affecting motor fuels or highways. This could change, however, if the shutdown continues for several more weeks. More

NREL Study on E-15 Compatibility Draws Misleading Conclusions

A new report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) asserting that most existing fuel dispensing equipment components, including underground storage tanks, are compatible with E-15 is coming under fire by industry groups for drawing false and misleading conclusions. More

EPA Releases Requirements for Retailers Planning to Offer E-15

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has outlined the conditions fuel retailers need to meet to sell higher-ethanol gasoline through a blender pump—one that offers both E10 and E15 through a common hose and nozzle. More

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