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Bi-Bi, RFS

There’s not much these days that can unite Republicans and Democrats. But there is one issue that has bipartisan agreement: the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is fundamentally broken. In the last week, there were two op-eds published in The Hill...

/ October 8, 2014

I Don’t Appreciate Your Condensate Tone. Wait… What’s a Condensate?

The Department of Commerce commodity classification decision allowing the export of condensates in one specific instance earlier this year fanned the flames of the crude oil export debate. A previous Petro Primer post discusses why this decision was erroneously misinterpreted as...

/ October 1, 2014

Energy Regulations Should Promote Economic Efficiency

Wayne H. Winegarden, the Sr. Fellow in Business & Economics, Pacific Research Institute, and Marc A. Miles, the President of Global Economic Solutions, have written a guest blog for Petro Primer on their report, the 50 State Index of Energy Regulation: Recently we conducted...

/ September 29, 2014

Why the Center for American Progress is wrong on LIFO

Jade West, the Senior Vice President-Government Relations for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors and head of the LIFO Coalition, has written a guest post for Petro Primer: On September 23, the Center for American Progress (CAP) published a report titled The...

/ September 24, 2014