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Renewable Fuels: EPA Moderated Transaction System (EMTS)
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EPA has created a number of instructional presentations on EPA Moderated Transaction System (EMTS). These presentations provide general information and specific features of EMTS in a video format. Selecting a presentation will open a Flash video in a new window in your Internet browser. All presentations are Closed Captioned (see Flash playbar diagram for instructions on how to view Closed Captioning). To view slides without audio, click the "Slide Presentation Only" links to download PDFs of the presentation slides (where available).

EMTS User Group Presentations 

EMTS Document Changes

  • This presentation covers the changes made to EMTS document.
  • EMTS Document Changes (5 minutes, August 2011)

EMTS Quarterly Reports Presentation

XML Presentation

EMTS Conversion Tool (ECT) Presentation

  • This presentation covers how to use both the advanced and basic versions of the EMTS Conversion Tool (ECT).
  • EMTS Conversion Tool Presentation (15 minutes, April 2010)

EMTS Node Presentations

EMTS Overview

EMTS Technical Workshop


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