Biodiesel Slows, Biomass-based Diesel Higher – May EMTS

Biodiesel Slows, Biomass-based Diesel Higher – May EMTS


Biomass-based diesel consumption Moves Higher on Economic Recovery  

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported a solid rise in renewable fuel consumption during May.  Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) credit generation increased 19 percent from April with 1.26 billion credits recorded.  April output had fallen 33.5 percent from March but is showing signs of strong recovery in May. Volumetric consumption in May was up 29 percent to 1.12 billion gallons.  The D6 and D4 categories led the way as non-cellulosic ethanol production climbed 33 percent within the D6 category while non-ester renewable diesel output was up more than 25 percent in the D4 category.  

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