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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency could grant fewer waivers exempting small refineries from the country’s biofuel policy as lower prices for blending credits have reduced the cost of compliance, the agency’s administrator...

source: Reuters

The United States approved nearly 40 percent more oil and gas drilling permits on public lands in 2018 than it did the previous year thanks to an automated online system introduced in the waning days of the Obama administration, helping reduce a big backlog of applications.

source: Reuters

The Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general says data released to the public about municipal sewer discharges is not accurate. The agency watchdog sent a letter to the head of the EPA’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention on Monday,...

source: The Associated Press

The Trump administration moved Monday toward imposing tariffs on about $11 billion in imports from the European Union, saying the move was justified by the bloc’s subsidies for European aircraft manufacturer Airbus. The U.S. has been in litigation at the World...

source: The Wall Street Journal

ASA’s DRIVE SAFE grassroots campaign has been extended! Please click here to let Congress know that you support the DRIVE SAFE ACT. House and Senate are not in session

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Updates on Activity Being Tracked Illinois HB 3658 (101st) APPLIANCE EFFICIENCY STANDARDS – HB 3658 has been referred to the Rules Committee. ASA commented on this bill and raised concern about the compliance date being based a “sell date” and not a “manufactured...

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