On June 16, Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) hosted a debate on the future of the RFS, using CGEP non-resident fellow Dr James Stock’s April paper titled The Renewable Fuel Standard: A Path Forward as its starting point.

The first panel consisted of Dr. Stock, Ron Minsk, the former Special Assistant to the President for Energy and Environment at the White House National Economic Council, Rapidan Group president and former White House energy adviser Robert McNally, University of Illinois agricultural economist Scott Irwin, and Iowa State University energy economist Bruce Babcock.

The second panel was made up of Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis, Advanced Biofuels Association president Michael McAdams, John Reese, the downstream policy and advocacy manager for Shell, and AFPM Executive Vice-President Brendan Williams.

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Alexander Alexander is the former Communications Specialist at AFPM. To learn more about AFPM, visit AFPM.org.