By Charles Abbott WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - Ethanol's guaranteed annual share of the U.S. fuel market would quadruple to 30 billion gallons in 2025 under bills pending in Congress on Wednesday to spur production of biofuels and the cars and trucks to use them. Among the bills are proposals to reimburse up to $30,000 of the cost to install pumps vending fuel that is 85 percent ethanol, to give automakers a tax credit for making dual-fuel vehicles, and to extend the life of tax ...
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