Fuel Retailers Join Chorus Against RIN Price Cap

The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) gathered together three fuel retailers who market higher ethanol blends to talk about why a cap on the price of Renewable Identification Numbers (RINS) would be detrimental to their businesses.

Bruce Vollan of Midway Service in South Dakota, Charlie Good of Good & Quick in Iowa, and Mike Lewis of Pearson Fuels in California, have all been marketing E15 to E85 blends for years and understand the RIN system, which was developed as a way to encourage refiners to blend more biofuels.


ACE Bruce Vollan, fuel retailer, talks about RINS Charlie Good, Owner, Good & Quick Nevada, IA Mike Lewis, Pearson Fuels, talks about RINS