Icahn vetted EPA candidates over point of obligation but says didn’t have final say

March 20, 2017 |

In Washington, advisor to the US President, Carl Icahn, pressed the three candidates up for the nomination for administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency regarding the renewable fuel standard. He said he was disappointed that current administrator Pruitt didn’t know more about the point of obligation issue that is so vital to Icahn’s merchant refinery business but that later conversations with him made him fell more confident. Icahn says he didn’t have as much influence on the decision as Oklahoma oil billionaire Harold Hamm.

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