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Ethanol Waiver Review Sought
Tue Jun 4, 2013 01:38 PM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The American Petroleum Institute filed a brief today with the Supreme Court seeking review of a waiver by the Environmental Protection Agency allowing a 15% ethanol concentration in gasoline referred to as E15 and of ethanol blends in gasoline up to an 85% concentration known as E85.

The trade group said the higher ethanol blends in gasoline could be harmful to vehicles.

"E15 could leave millions of consumers with broken down cars and high repair bills," said Bob Greco, API group downstream director. "It could also put motorists in harm's way when vehicles break down in ...

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