The Australian government says the 10% cap on the level of ethanol that can be added to gasoline will remain in effect, as will a requirement to label ethanol blends above 1%. The mandate is the result of a government-funded vehicle-testing program aimed at validating information for Australian consumers concerning the suitability of ethanol-blend fuel for vehicles. The government capped the level of blended ethanol at 10% in July 2003. Based on the study, a government plan to allow ...
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