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Pennsylvania Buyers Beware (or better informed!)

I saw this recently, on a gas pump @ a newly built station. (The Premium selection is marked 90 Octane Non-Ethanol)


“Per Pennsylvania Weights and Measures Law, because our style dispenser has only one hose for all three products, we must notify you, our 90 Octane Premium Non-Ethanol gasoline grade may contain up to 3% Ethanol gasoline until the hose and meter assembly is flushed from the previous sale (usually 1 gallon.) We may not claim this product is Ethanol Free because it is not a separate hose.” – TimOlyphant, PA (September 6, 2019)
Petro-Canada no longer sells ethanol free gas. From their website: Yes, all of our grades of gas, including our Ultra 94 high octane fuel , contain up to 10% ethanol content. This is required by federal and provincial regulations. – RyanON (September 7, 2019)
Good afternoon. My name is Alina. Looking for a man to meet. I will come to your area or meet me. I live near. Read more – NancyBroafLondon (September 8, 2019)
I found a quick way to check for duplicate entries. I don't know if I can find them all, but I thought it may be worth it to do a little cleanup in the states I'm involved with. Before I proceed, I need to know which of these is favored: 1) nearest community versus postal city; 2) highway number versus road/street name; 3) old/original entries versus newer but more accurate ones (I can make either of those work). Also: Is it better to abbreviate such terms as "Mount," "Mountain," "Springs," etc. all the time or to follow actual signage (whether spelled out or abbreviated)? Rick Mozeleski, a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (September 8, 2019)
Hi folks -- I'm on vacation in Ireland right now, but when I get back I'll look into the POI and KML issues. Cheers! – SamIreland (September 9, 2019)
If the following has been mentioned already, then I am sorry to be late to the....."celebration" is such should be celebrated. Just looking at some of the states, I see that New York State has passed Wisconsin in total E0 sources listed here in a post I just made at another website, including a past February post, plus a present undate to E0 sources: From now lists almost 14,000 E0 sources in the U.S. & Canada. Iowa.....has 322+ sources of E0.....Wisconsin..... has the most availability of E0, at 949 sources......North Carolina.... has the second greatest number of E0 sources(878), available. Florida.....has the third highest E0 availability(865)....New York state has ~ 770 E0 sources.... Georgia.... has over 600 E0 sources. ///////// Update since February & showing the continuing growth of E0 sources: Presently, there are 14,816 E0 sources in the U.S. & Canada. Wisconsin has 963. North Carolina has 929. Florida has 911. New York State has 992. For the first time ever, another state has passed Wisconsin in total E0 sources & it looks like New York will be the first state to 1000 E0 sources!!! Iowa presently has 346 E0 sources. I mention Iowa, because Iowa has the most corn crops that are processed to make blending ethanol to dilute our nation's gasoline stocks. Altho Iowa is dependent on ethanol blending into gasoline, there are MORE E0 sources in Iowa than Iowa has sources for E85..... by far. – litesongEverett, WA (September 9, 2019)
Might I be correct to mention that Shannon may have added a lot of Stewart's Shop entrees for E0 sources in New York state, that caused New York state to be the first state EVER to pass Wisconsin in total E0 sources? If someone else has more exact details, please post. – lEverett, WA (September 9, 2019)
Yes! Shannon uploaded a boatload (all?) of Stewart's Shops! Thanks, Shannon!! – SamIreland (September 9, 2019)
Thank you, Sam, for your verification. Now, I would hope that the Stewart's Shops that had been previously & individually been added to the data-base, were NOT double counted in Shannon's block addition of Stewart's Shops. Thank you, again Sam – litesongEverett, WA (September 11, 2019)
Nice little out of the way place near the refinery. Friendly knowledgeable people. I use the 91 ethanol free in my Evinrude E-Tex outboard. It’s fuel injectors don’t like stale fuel. Their 91 stores and runs great. This is not Unbranded! It’s Phillips 66 Fuel! – Philip WolfsonBroomfield,Co (September 17, 2019)