Last month’s ruling by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency clearing the way for E15 fuel to be used in ’01-’06 vehicles is in jeopardy, as a key Republican congressman takes steps to block the move. Congressman John Sullivan (R-OK), the vice chairman of the House Energy and Power Subcommittee, has accused the EPA of going “rogue” and “completely ignoring calls from lawmakers, industry and consumer groups to address important safety issues raised by the 50% increase in the ethanol ...
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