Australian stations could get bonuses for selling more ethanol

08/14/2006 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

The Australian government proposes to offer financial incentives to service stations that reach sales targets for ethanol-blended gasoline. Prime Minister John Howard rejected mandates for using ethanol, but said the government would continue to explore "practical measures" to push the availability of less expensive ethanol blends.

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