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|Wednesday, June 09, 2010|
Newly passed House Bill 2186 will require suppliers and distributors of fuel to account for all carbon emissions produced in the capture, transport, and delivery of fuel.
The formula for the impact of fuel production is flawed, say some producers, and could hurt the biofuel industry, which produces fuel mixed in to every gallon sold in Oregon.
Read more at the Daily Journal of Commerce.
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