EPA has published a final rule adding biodiesel produced from canola oil to the list of advanced biofuels. 75 Fed. Reg. 59,622 (9/28/10). The rule finalizes EPA’s regulatory determination that canola oil biodiesel meets the biomass-based diesel and advanced biofuel greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction thresholds of 50 percent as compared to the baseline petroleum fuel it will replace—petroleum diesel. It will allow producers or importers of canola oil biodiesel fuel to generate biomass-based Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) so long as the fuel meets other definitional criteria for renewal fuel. The rule took effect on September 28, 2010.