CANBERRA – The Australian government introduces a policy encouraging drivers of 10,000 vehicles in the federal fleet to use ethanol-blended fuel. The Department of Finance is issuing information to fleet users after Prime Minister John Howard calls for drivers to use the 10% ethanol-90% gasoline blended fuel where possible. John Howard The advice includes a long list of outlets where E10 is readily available, providing the more than 80% of fleet users who are driving E10 compatible ...

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