Appeals court backs Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program

A federal appeals court on Friday upheld the Oregon program aimed at reducing greenhouse gases in the transportation sector, the state’s leading source of the heat-trapping gases. Trade groups representing gasoline, diesel and ethanol producers, sellers and users argued the program, which requires fuel providers to meet gradually declining carbon intensity targets, discriminates against out-of-state fuels. But as it had in 2014 when it ruled on a largely identical California program, the Ninth…

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Appeals court backs Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program

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