Ethanol consumption in U.S. to keep rising, oil expert says

12/30/2009 | San Angelo Standard-Times (Texas)

The U.S. consumed 11.1 billion gallons of ethanol in 2009, and that amount is expected to rise next year because of federal mandates, said Patrick Kelly of the American Petroleum Institute. The biofuel has been used in the Midwest for two decades and now "places like West Texas that have not used ethanol in the past are seeing it for the first time," noted Kelly. He said a key issue for the fuel industry is to find the optimum blend ratio of ethanol to gasoline.

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