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This is the "push" that was implicit in the RFS standards when passed by the U. More specifically, we review the methodology used by the EPA to formulate the ethanol mandates for 2014-2016 and then analyze whether the proposed mandates are likely to provide incentives for ethanol use beyond the E10 blend wall or significantly higher use of non-ethanol biofuels.

Our previous work on implementation of the RFS in light of the challenges presented by the E10 blend wall can be found in several farmdoc daily articles (May 24, 2012; September 26, 2012; November 2, 2012; February 13, 2013; April 10, 2013; September 5, 2013; December 4, 2013; February 19, 2015).

" farmdoc daily (5):102, Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, June 3, 2015.

Good "The EPA's Proposed Ethanol Mandates for 2014, 2015, and 2016: Is There a 'Push' or Not?

The EPA retained the highly controversial "inadequate domestic supply" waiver arguments that first appeared in November 2013, and based on this waiver argument, proposed reductions in the renewable (ethanol) mandates for 2014-2016 compared to levels specified in the RFS statutes.

Criticism from ethanol supporters was swift and severe.

Compared to the November 2013 preliminary rulemaking, the proposed standards for 2014 are larger for all categories, but below statutory levels for all but biomass-based diesel.

As noted earlier, the EPA retained the waiver argument of insufficient supplies for renewable fuels, but increased the 2014 ethanol standard to 13.25 billion gallons, or 249 million gallons above the 13.01 billion gallons standard from the November 2013 preliminary rulemaking.

For 2015, we increase the total to the maximum amount needed to fulfill the total advanced mandate above the sum of the biodiesel and cellulosic mandates (2.90 - 1.70 X 1.54 - 0.106 = 0.176 million gallons).The standards we are proposing for 20 in particular would drive growth in renewable fuels by providing appropriate incentives to overcome current constraints and challenges to further the goals of Congress in establishing the RFS program.The approach we propose taking for 20 is forward-looking and consistent with the purpose of the statute to significantly increase the amount of renewable fuel used as transportation fuel over time, particularly renewable fuels with the lowest lifecycle GHG emissions, in the transportation fuel supply." (p.7) It is particularly striking that the EPA claims the proposed ethanol mandates are high enough to require levels of ethanol use beyond the E10 blend wall or the use of significantly more non-ethanol biofuels. The purpose of today's article is to examine whether this claim by the EPA is supported by the data.The EPA uses EIA projections of total gasoline use in the U. Note that gasoline use is projected to increase 1.4 percent in 2015 and then drop by 0.6 percent in 2016.The E10 blend wall (assuming no E0) is simply 10 percent of the gasoline totals.The proposed ethanol standards for 20 are 13.4 and 14.0 billion gallons, respectively. The only category for 20 that exceeds statutory levels is biomass-based diesel, which increases to 1.8 billion gallons in 2016 and 1.9 billion gallons in 2017 (the only category proposed for 2017).