Ethanol/Ethanol Blended Gasoline
Ethanol is formed through the fermentation of starches and sugars such as corn, wheat and potatoes. At its purest form, ethanol can be used as fuel. However, it is more commonly used as a gasoline additive to increase octane grades, reduce carbon monoxide and other harmful agents, and offer a more cost efficient fuel option to consumers. Ethanol can be mixed at any percentage with unleaded gasoline. In fact, Flex Fuel engines are designed to run on E85, which contains a higher ethanol content than regular gasoline. Ethanol is specifically formulated with a smaller energy density in comparison to regular gasoline. This means that it takes more gasoline (both volume and mass) to produce the same amount of energy as a lesser amount of ethanol infused gasoline. Ethanol blended gasoline, therefore, offers customers a more environmentally-friendly and economical option for fuel.
Available UnBranded Ethanol Products
- E10 gasoline octane grades 87,89, and 93