gasohol


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a gasoline substitute consisting of 90% gasoline and 10% grain alcohol from corn

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The gasohol resistance tests were performed in accordance with ASTM D471.
An auto's get-up-and-go performance seems to suffer little from using gasohol, and the fuel can become readily accessible to consumers.
Oxygenated fuels are made by combining gasoline with ethanol to produce gasohol or by adding MTBE to gasoline.
Brazil's mayor predicts that in the future the surrounding farming community will benefit from gasohol production, providing a secondary market for excess grain.
5 million cars run on gasohol containing as much as 22 percent alcohol.
The remaining annual share of debt service is backed by pledged state highway funds, mainly comprised of gasoline tax, gasohol tax, special fuels tax, and motor vehicle registration fee revenues.
Request for Bid: Specifications for: tankwagon and transport deliveries of gasohol, fuel oil and diesel fuel
In addition, it is involved in the retail sale of gasoline or gasohol on a self-service basis.
Despite its potential, there are few R&D activities in gasohol formulations for reducing the effects of engine suitability and component issues.
Auto Business News-15 August 2008-E85 Gasohol to become available in Thailand(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
with enough fuel, gasohol and methane as to not need Saudi Arabia's or any other foreign country's oil.
According to AP, the bill would require state fueling stations to offer E10, a fuel blend of 10 percent ethanol and 90 percent standard petroleum, while state fleet vehicles would be required to run on either biodiesel or gasohol.
NLC supports the budgetary mechanism in TEA-21, which guarantees that transportation taxes are spent on transportation projects, and that all transportation taxes, including those levied on gasohol, be deposited into the Highway Trust Fund," said Harrison.
When the co-op subsequently went bankrupt, the noteholders filed suit against Ernst (at the time Arthur Young & Company), alleging the firm misvalued the gasohol company, assisted the co-op's manager in a scheme to defraud investors and violated RICO by engaging in a pattern of racketeering activity.
In some SEA countries, ethanol is seen as an additive to fuel, taking 5-10% of gasohol fuel in Indonesia by 2010 and 15% of gasohol fuel in Thailand by 2010.