The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency again is delaying a decision on increasing the maximum ethanol blend in gasoline from 10% to 15%, and an irate Renewable Fuels Assn. calls it a dereliction of duty. Four senators have fired off a letter to President Obama for immediate consideration of an interim blend of E12. Two years ago, Congress passed an energy bill calling for the U.S. to increase the amount of renewable fuels added to gasoline to 36 billion gallons (136.2 billion L) by 2022 ...

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