The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is considering delaying an announcement expected on Friday on 2019 renewable fuel volumes as it re-examines plans to force larger refineries to make up for gallons exempted at smaller plants, according to two sources familiar with the process. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue are traveling to a farm outside of Kansas City, Missouri, on Friday, where they were initially slated to announce the 2019 renewable fuel volumes. The EPA and the White House were still hashing out the details of a last minute plan to appease farmers, sources said, and the announcement could be postponed if an agreement is not reached. The plan to force large refiners to blend extra volumes to compensate for the hardship waiver exemptions for small refiners was met with stiff oil industry opposition on Wednesday, sending the price of compliance […]