Philadelphia will fleet-test a new low-sulfur, multi-component fuel made from renewable resources in two city-run flexible-fuel vehicles. The fuel currently is available only in limited quantities. But producer Pure Energy of New York City has plans for a 50 million gallon facility to demonstrate the economic production of what it calls P-series fuel, a blend of ethanol, natural gas liquids and butane. The ethanol in P-series fuel is made from corn, waste paper, cellulosic biomass and ...

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