Changing the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) point of obligation lacks the support of a growing coalition. The new Administration may have a “sympathetic ear” on making the change, leading many to wonder how the issue will fare moving forward.
President Donald Trump’s adviser investor Carl Icahn, who owns 82% stake in CVR Energy, has made a lot of noise about changing the point of obligation under the RFS. In November, the Environmental Protection Agency denied a refin
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