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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.
We use the 2014 total for Brazilian imports and other advanced reported in the EPA proposal.
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 example, Chip Bowling, president of the National Corn Growers Association, made this statement"We are evaluating our legal options for defending the law and protecting the rights of farmers and consumers.