The New South Wales government introduces legislation that calls for ethanol-blended fuel to comprise at least 2% of all gasoline sold in the Australian state beginning in October. "A 2% mandate is a good start toward greater fuel security and less reliance on fossil fuels," Premier Morris Iemma says as the Biofuel (Ethanol Content) Bill 2007 begins making its way through the state legislature. Additionally, the mandate offers a way to avoid future gasoline supply constraints and price ...

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