The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Panel on Oxygenate Use in Gasoline (see accompanying member list, pg.6) has been asked to report by July on its analysis of gasoline oxygenate benefits, pricing, supply and environmental concerns. But now that California has called for a phaseout of the most widely used gasoline oxygenate — MTBE — other states are headed the same way. Class-action litigation is pending in three states and a host of unresolved technical questions remain on ...

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