End of ethanol tax credits would mean costlier gasoline, experts say

08/17/2011 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

The ethanol industry might need new marketing strategies if Congress does not extend the industry's tax incentives, insiders said. Elimination of the blender's tax credit would likely mean costlier ethanol-blended gasoline, said Todd Sneller, administrator for the Nebraska Ethanol Board. If that happens, then ethanol should no longer be "sold based on the fact that it's $1 a gallon less than unleaded gasoline," Sneller said.

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