Report: Ethanol will slash gasoline imports significantly by 2012

11/4/2010 | EthanolProducer.com

An expected increase in ethanol blending and expanding U.S. refinery operations will cut the country's foreign gasoline requirements in 2012 to below 400,000 barrels per day by 2012, compared with about 1 million barrels per day in 2008, according to a report from Energy Security Analysis. "The volume of ethanol blending in the United States has moved from something that is a relatively small amount to something that is a substantial and very real part of mainstream fuels," said Sander Cohan, an executive at ESAI.

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