(Corrects story from Sept. 29 in third paragraph to "15 percent" from "115 percent") * EPA expected to decide on E15 gasoline within two weeks * Approval of E15 gasoline will draw down ethanol surplus WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Energy Department will send to the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday its eagerly awaited tests results on whether vehicles made since 2007 can handle a higher blend of ethanol in their fuel. "We are planning to get everything over to ...
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