The Environmental Protection Agency's cellulosic biofuel mandate for refiners was rejected by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The rule, which would have required the acquisition of 8.65 million of gallons of the biofuel, was based on flawed estimates, the court said. "We are glad the court has put a stop to EPA's pattern of setting impossible mandates for a biofuel that does not even exist," said Bob Greco, the American Petroleum Institute's downstream director.

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