Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said President Donald Trump and the head of the US Environmental Protection Agency both promised to protect the US biofuel mandate in calls to her Wednesday, despite recent signs the administration may want to weaken the law. “Both of them personally affirmed to me their continued commitment to the Renewable Fuel Standard,” Reynolds said in a press conference after calls with the White House and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt. Markets for Renewable Identification Numbers, or RINs, did not react sharply to the news. White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said Trump “didn’t make any assurances” on the RFS during the call with Reynolds. Article continues below… Request a free trial of: Biofuelscan Would you like to get a closer look at Platts Biofuelscan? Use the request a free trial link and we will send you five issues free for your review. Biofuelscan covers the latest worldwide […]