Hello! my post was from Consumer's Union, you know, the people who advocate for the CONSUMER?!?!<quoted text>We're going to pay for the "eeded changes in their refineries" at the pump, not just big oil; consumers don't want these expensive new fuel regulations.
We've seen the horror of drive by starvation and ethanol mandates. Our economy is broken enough as is. We don't need expensive new gas regulations.
Refineries change their formula twice a year now, for summer blends and winter blends. I doubt any changes will be much more complicated than that.
Starvation is probably a right wing exaggeration. And, unintended consequences or not, the switch from food corn to fuel corn could have been forseen as the natural workings of your beloved capitalistic system, which cares not for the consumer, but only for the profit.
The economy is not broken, as my WSJ article above explains. And your "expensive new gas regulations" might add a penny to the cost of each gallon of gas, according to the experts. I think we can afford that for cleaner air and better gas mileage.