Superfund Oil Tax May Face Fewer Implementation Hurdles Than Chemical Tax

August 19, 2022
Congress’ reinstatement of the Superfund tax on crude oil and petroleum-product imports is likely to have a more straightforward implementation process than the related tax on chemicals, and will likely not be as burdensome on the industry despite outcry from the oil sector, according to an attorney tracking the issue. Doug Charnas, an attorney with McGlinchey Stafford PLLC, tells Inside EPA that he does not expect as many problems to come with reinstatement and implementation of the oil tax...

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