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Collectors, Enthusiasts Bucking E15, Seeking Ethanol-Free Gasoline
Collectors, Enthusiasts Bucking E15, Seeking Ethanol-Free Gasoline

Car collectors and hobbyists are among those banding together to try to find alcohol-free gasoline—at a time when the percentage of alcohol in each gallon of typical pump gasoline is likely to increase significantly. It's a trend we reported last year. Through forums, as well as Pure-gas.org...Read More»

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EPA Approves Higher Ethanol Content: What Does It Mean At The Pump?

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has given limited approval to a plan that will allow normal pump gasoline to contain up to 15 percent ethanol. Retailers are already allowed to sell a blend with ten-percent ethanol (sometimes called E10) at the pump. Ethanol is currently blended into...Read More»

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Study: Europe Could Replace Half Of Gasoline With Biofuels By 2020

By 2020, a new report says, biofuels could replace 50 percent of EU gasoline, but that would require 100 new refineries per year. And in this scenario, it estimates, the biofuels industry could be worth about $40 billion. The Bloomberg New Energy Finance study says that just using the waste biomass...Read More»

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Ethanol Blends Increasingly Common: Want Pure Gasoline?

The next time you fill up, think about this: What you think of as gasoline might not be gasoline. At least not entirely. Take a close look at the pump you're filling from; there will be a label with fuel details, and odds are you're probably filling up with E10, a blend of 90 percent gasoline and...Read More»

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