LAKE ODESSA, MI – One of General Motors Corp. powertrain chief Tom Stephen's PowerPoint slides solicits a chuckle from his audience during a recent media briefing at the $62 million U.S. BioEnergy Woodbury ethanol production plant here. A photo of a service station's billboard listing the latest price of unleaded-, medium- and premium-grade octane reads in descending order: “Arm, Leg, First Born.” But with gasoline prices at historic highs and expected to keep climbing, the potential of ...
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