“For starters, there are too few cars and trucks on the nation's roads capable of running on any gasoline with an ethanol blend higher than 10 percent, or what is commonly called E10,”
“Today's gas-pump blend, ubiquitous and known as E10, pushes power equipment to the limit, said Kris Kiser, the petroleum group's executive vice president.”
“Most gasoline sold at the pump, referred to as E10, includes ethanol mixed at a typical ratio of about 10 percent ethanol to 90 percent gasoline.”
“In addition to E85, ethanol is sold in a 10-percent blend with gasoline known as E10 at most gas pumps around the country.”
“Unlike the standard blend, called E10, which all cars can use, only specially equipped cars can run on E85 ethanol.”
“Most ethanol today is blended into gasoline in a mixture called E10, 10 percent ethanol to 90 percent gasoline.”
“But the decline in mileage with so-called E10 shouldn't be more than a mile or so per gallon.”
“Cars can run on low blends of it 10% ethanol, called E10 without any modification or damage to the engine.”
“German oil industry association MWV said only 10 percent of German gasoline sales were of the higher blend gasoline, called E10.”
“Already in Germany we now have Esso E10, which is 10% ethanol from foodstuffs.”
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