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3 weeks ago
Would have been better from the start.. It has almost blocked the use of ethanol. The refinery is never going to promote anything more than it is forced to blend, it needs volume quantities so the least % blend is least problem and anything above is not going to get provided...
The fuel distributor should have been involved from the start.... E-85 never had a chance.
Blending at the refinery just made it easier for government employees to enforce and stay in the office.
I never thought ag. got what it "lobbied" for. IMO if ethanol hadn't replaced MTBE it would not have been publicly encouraged at all.
Lets face it --- it improves gasoline's effect on environment..... hard to accept when your trying to kill the oil industry.
2 weeks ago
MTBE was blended at the refinery ---
Wonder if the export fuel contains any Ethanol ?
Rig counts up - refined products aplenty - - -
Did I miss something on refinery capacity orrr where did all this export gallons come from ? ?