Bill seeks to drop biodiesel requirement for Eastern Oregon during winter months

In Oregon, a bill in the state senate would see the requirement to blend biodiesel statewide dropped during the winter months in the region east of the Cascade Mountains due to cold temperatures where biodiesel allegedly causes engine problems. The state has a B5 mandate. The National Biodiesel Board opposes the bill, saying biodiesel works fine in other parts of the country that gets far colder than in Eastern Oregon.

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