White House clears EPA renewable fuels standard


* EPA to issue final renewable fuel standard by end Nov. * Higher 2011 gasoline demand means smaller biofuels share By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Nov 23 (Reuters) - The White House cleared the way for the Environmental Protection Agency to issue a final rule on how much ethanol and other renewable automobile fuels will be sold next year. The EPA proposed in July that biofuels fuels would account for 7.95 percent of total gasoline sales next year to meet a congressional mandate that at ...

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