Ford Motor Co. and VeraSun Energy Corp. will collaborate on a U.S. ethanol-distribution corridor spanning from Missouri to Illinois. Announcement of the partnership is the latest push to broaden the use of E85, a fuel mixture composed of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. Under terms of the joint venture, Ford will provide seed money for VeraSun to construct “The Midwest Ethanol Corridor,” which is expected to increase greatly the number of E85 pumps throughout the Midwest. “Today’s launch ...
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