The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Energy and Power held a two-day hearing on the Renewable Fuels Standard July 23 and 24, concentrating on blending requirements, the blend wall, the renewable identification number market, advanced and cellulosic biofuels, infrastructure incompatibility, and biodiesel. The three panels focused on fuel production, fuel sales and use, and the agricultural sector. Representative Bill Cassidy (R-LA) commented that he does not think there are enough votes to repeal the standard. Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL) urged both ethanol groups and those opposed to the RFS to offer constructive comments on how the RFS could be reformed. On July 26, the Energy and Commerce Committee received comments on its fifth and final white paper on the RFS. The committee is expected to use this hearing and the set of comments from the white papers to draft legislation reforming the RFS.