Ethanol mandate picks up steam in US energy bill talks


By Charles Abbott WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - House negotiators working on a comprehensive U.S. energy bill joined members of the Senate in proposing to give corn-based ethanol a 5 billion gallon-a-year share of the U.S. fuel market, but they suggested a longer phase-in for the renewable fuel. With pressure growing from the White House, negotiators hope to agree on a compromise energy bill by next week that will include tax breaks for domestic drilling, incentives for conservation ...

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