Introduction of E15-blended gasoline ignites debate

09/30/2010 | Abilene Reporter-News (Texas)

U.S. experts debate the introduction of fuel that contains 15% ethanol blend amid concerns about the effect of 10% ethanol-blended gasoline on engines. Kris Kiser, OPEI executive vice president, said that while manufacturers of small engines are not opposed to ethanol-blended fuel, measures must be made to ensure that consumers are aware of products that could be damaged by the new form of gasoline.

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