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Germany: Weak reception for E10

A recently study has found that German drivers remain reluctant to use the new higher E10 blend of ethanol/gasoline, introduced earlier this year. Reuters reports that a survey by oil industry lobby MWV found that E10 accounts for only 17% of gasoline sales in the country. Germany introduced the higher ethanol/gasoline It’s time to log … Continued

A recently study has found that German drivers remain reluctant to use the new higher E10 blend of ethanol/gasoline, introduced earlier this year. Reuters reports that a survey by oil industry lobby MWV found that E10 accounts for only 17% of gasoline sales in the country.

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