By Barani Krishnan NEW YORK, June 26 (Reuters) - A U.S. firm that believes it has the answer to high fuel prices with machines that make ethanol at home says it has been swamped with orders even before the first unit ships in September. Since California-based firm E-Fuel Corp officially unveiled the 100 MicroFueler last month, there had been overwhelming interest in the product due to crude oil holding above $130 a barrel, Chief Executive Thomas Quinn said. "We've got hundreds of ...
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