CHICAGO – Intense lobbying is underway in Congress for increased corn/ethanol subsidies by way of mandated production increases in order to supply oxygenate for the reformulated gasoline required in most regions of the country. However, reformulated gasoline can be produced to deliver emissions-reducing performance equal to oxygenated fuel – but without adding an oxygenate, says Lew Gibbs, a fuels technology engineer with Chevron Products Co. of Richmond, CA. "Based on data ...

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