White House moves to lift restrictions on higher-ethanol fuels

“The White House has directed the EPA to formally draft a regulation to allow E15 to be sold year-round with the hope that it will help boost American corn sales, which have declined in recent months due to the trade war between the U.S. and China, and cut the price of gasoline, currently averaging $2.91 per gallon nationwide. Once finalized, the rule will have to go through a formal comment period.”

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