Regulatory Development and Retrospective Review Tracker
Renewable Fuel 2014 Volume Standards
a.k.a. RFS - 2014 Volume Standards and 2015 BBD
RIN: 2060-AR76 (What's this?)
Docket No.: Not yet available (What's this?)
Current Phase: Proposal (What's this?)
The Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) requires EPA to promulgate regulations that specify the annual statutory volume requirements for renewable fuels, including cellulosic biofuel, biomass-based diesel, advanced biofuel, and total renewable fuel that must be used in transportation fuel annually.
|NPRM: Sent to OMB for Regulatory Review||09/03/2013|
|NPRM: Received by OMB||09/03/2013|
|NPRM: Regulatory Review Concluded||11/15/2013|
|Notice: Published in FR||11/20/2013|
|NPRM: Comment Period Open||11/29/2013|
|NPRM: Published in FR||11/29/2013|
|Notice: Public Meeting||12/05/2013|
|NPRM: Comment Period Closed||01/28/2014|
|Final Rule: Published in FR||02/2014 (projected)|
Of the potential effects described in Reg DaRRT, none are anticipated at this time.
Comment Period Open (11/29/2013 until 01/28/2014) - Click to access the document on Regulations.gov and comment by clicking "Submit Comment" near the top of the Regulations.gov page.
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- NPRM - This stage of the rulemaking underwent review.
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