The problem is we are now looking to Q4 as Q3 is over. WTI/Brent spreads have grown and volatility for RINs is high. The average price of a RIN so far in Q4 is around 50 cents, from what I have gathered. If the cost of RINs continues to drop, that means the cost outlay predicted for Valero will shrink dramatically. Valero was budgeting 800 million in RIN costs for THIS year.