Houston and Dallas report gasoline shortages


NEW YORK, April 28 (Reuters) - Dozens of service stations in the Houston and Dallas areas are out of gasoline after transportation problems resurfaced with the switch to ethanol from MTBE, state fuel suppliers said on Friday. "No one planned on how to get the ethanol into the city and be distributed," said Jim Hay, of Dallas-based Contract Fuels. Hay said the problem is more logistical than supply-related because of a change in transportation methods required for the replacement of MTBE ...

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