E-15 Fuel Available This SummerMissouri drivers could be able to buy a higher blend of ethanol gasoline by this summer.
Mo. Corn Growers Association Criticizes Ethanol Change"Ehen a government agency answers basically what Big Oil wants and how much they want to blend, that's a concern"
Study: Ethanol Harms Environment More Than It HelpsThe Associated Press found ethanol production results in less land conservation and more farm fertilizer runoff.
Missouri Lawmakers Block Rule Allowing E15 GasolineMissouri lawmakers blocked a proposal Wednesday that could have allowed greater amounts of ethanol to be blended into the gasoline sold for most vehicles.
Missouri Lawmakers Weigh Options on E-15 GasA hearing was held Monday to discuss whether to repeal the Agricultural Department's cap of ten percent on the amount of ethanol allowed in gasoline.
Proposed Mo. Rule Allowing E15 Gas Faces ChallengeA legislative committee scheduled a hearing Monday on whether the proposed rule change by the state Department of Agriculture exceeds what is allowed under state law.
Ethanol's Expansion Poses Problems“Many auto manufacturers have already said that their warranties are not going to cover fuel-related claims due to the use of E-15,” says Beth Mosher of the Triple-A Chicago Motor Club.
Corn Shortage Taking Toll on Ethanol IndustrySt. Louis based analyst for Renewable Fuels Association says hopes are high for the 2013 corn crop, after last year's drought.
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What Happens to Ethanol Prices Because of the Drought?Executive Director of the Illinois Petroleum Council doesn't see immediate price hikes.
Feds Moving Closer to E15 GasMost ethanol fuel sold for passenger cars and pickups today is 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gas.
E-15 Gets EPA Green Light The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has accepted the industry’s research into whether a 15 percent ethanol blend has any ill effects on public or environmental health.