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Biodiesel RIN prices averaged $0.75 per gallon in 2011.42 Because each gallon of biodiesel generates 1.5 RINs due to the ethanol equivalence factor specified in the RFS2, a $0.75-per-gallon RIN value meant that diesel blenders received an average $1.13-per-gallon offset against the price of each gallon of biodiesel blended in excess of the obligated quantity. Includes also thinner and/or deeper beds that currently are being mined or for which there is evidence that they could be mined commercially at a given time.

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Publisher: Springer Netherlands; 1 edition (July 26, 2007)


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