U.S. generation of renewable fuel credits rose in Oct -EPA

Author of the article: NEW YORK — The United States generated more renewable fuel blending credits in October versus the prior month, data from the Environmental Protection Agency showed on Thursday. About 1.2 billion ethanol (D6) blending credits were generated in October, versus 1.16 billion in September, according to the data. About 420 million biodiesel…
U.S. generation of renewable fuel credits rose in Oct -EPA

Author of the article:

NEW YORK — The United States generated

more renewable fuel blending credits in October versus the prior

month, data from the Environmental Protection Agency showed on

Thursday.

About 1.2 billion ethanol (D6) blending credits were

generated in October, versus 1.16 billion in September,

according to the data.

About 420 million biodiesel (D4) blending credits were

generated last month, up from 385 million the month prior.

The credits are used by oil refiners and importers to show

compliance with EPA-mandated ethanol blending quotas for

petroleum-based fuels. They are generated with every gallon of

biofuel produced.

The following is a table of the credit generation for the

month of October by credit type.

Fuel (D RINs Volume

Code) (Gal.)

D3 48,697,176 48,697,176

D4 420,254,33 266,083,32

2 3

D5 23,777,285 19,664,915

D6 1,202,888, 1,195,395,

632 153

D7 60,338 60,338

(Reporting by Stephanie Kelly; Editing by Dan Grebler)

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