The Star: With gasoline prices back up, Gas stations turn back to selling ethanol blend

The Star:

Your next tank of gas is more likely to contain ethanol, but you probably won’t be able to tell because area gas stations don’t have to disclose that.

For the first time in months, wholesale gasoline costs more than E-10, the fuel blend that’s 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent gasoline. That has fuel retailers, who typically buy whatever is cheaper, flocking back to E-10.

Wholesale manager F.J. Cronenwett of Robson Oil, an area fuel distributor that sells to stations, said: “Every customer I have is buying E-10 when it’s cheaper.”

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