API strengthens case against EPA's proposed fuel rules

04/5/2013 | Hill, The

The Environmental Protection Agency's proposed rules that would reduce the sulfur content in gasoline will only increase costs for refiners but produce little significant improvement in air quality, the American Petroleum Institute said, citing a study by Environ International. According to the report, such policies would lead to "only very small additional improvements in 2022 summertime ozone concentrations."

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