The Australian government is calling on the country’s two major supermarket chains to market ethanol-blended fuel. Deputy Prime Minister Mark Vaile says the government wants Woolworths and Coles to sell E10 fuel – a mixture of 10% ethanol and 90% gasoline – at their combined 1,000 fuel outlets across Australia. The government has set a target of having Australian motorists use 92.5 million gallons (350 million L) of E10 fuel annually by 2010. "The government is doing our part to make ...
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