E10 EthanolAmerica's most common biofuel blend
What is E10 Ethanol?
E10 Ethanol Supply Chain in the U.S.
Today’s U.S fuel supply chain is has been configured to handle E10 Ethanol fuel. Refinery operations, terminal blending, retail station configuration and automobile design have all evolved to accommodate this fuel blend. The point at which ethanol blending, as mandated by the RFS2, exceeds 10 percent is referred to as the blend wall.
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