Ethanol’s Share of US Gasoline

US Energy Information Administration - November 21, 2013

Article Summary
  • The US Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency decid­ed to cap the amount of corn ethanol that reduces it from the vol­ume set by Ener­gy Inde­pen­dent and Secu­ri­ty Act of 2007
  • The EPA and ethanol pro­duc­ers want­ed it to go up to 15% of gaso­line sold in the US, but it’s stay­ing at 10%
  • Ethanol’s share of gaso­line has gone up from about 3% in 2004 to 10% now


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