Gas Prices Would Be $4 Without Ethanol

May 2011
BEEF Exclusive Insight;5/3/2011, p1
The article reports on the contribution of 10 percent ethanol blends (E10) to the cheap gasoline prices at 0.12 U.S. dollars per gallon, as of May 2011.


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