WASHINGTON, Sept 29 (Reuters) - The U.S. Energy Department will send to the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday its eagerly awaited tests results showing whether gasoline blended with up to 15 percent ethanol can be used in vehicles made since the 2007 model year without harming their engines, a department official told Reuters. The EPA will then review the test results to make its decision on whether to approve the higher ethanol blended gasoline, known as E15. (Reporting by Tom ...
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