Thailand's ethanol suppliers confirm the existing supply of the biofuel is insufficient to completely phase out 95-octane gasoline beginning Jan. 1, the Bangkok Post reports. The Thai government wants to replace the premium gasoline with E10 starting next year, but has postponed the plan after hearing concerns from the ethanol industry. E10 is a blend of 10% ethanol and 90% gasoline. Pornchai Rujiprapha, Thailand's Energy Ministry permanent secretary, is quoted as saying the country's ...

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