Driving Discussions: Is the new Administration to blame for high RINs prices?

Author Argus

This Driving Discussions episode looks at the RINs market within the US and explores what has lead to the drastic rise in RINs and RVO costs over the last couple of months.

Join John Demopoulos, VP North American Oil Products, Paul Niznik, Senior Consultant for Argus Consulting Services specializing in the US biofuels markets, and Thomas Dwyer, reporter covering the US biofuels markets as well, as they discuss the market uncertainty that has impacted the RINs market.

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