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Thomas in Indiana, 91 octane E0 gas is correct for the state of Indiana. 93 octane is E10 blended gas. The oil industry in adapting to the RFS from 10 years ago set up two basic blending stocks of gasoline. When you blend 10% ethanol with 84 octane E0 you end up with 87 octane E10. When you blend 10% ethanol with 90/91 octane E0 you end up with 93 octane E10. To get 89 octane whether it is E10 or E0 is just a matter of blending the high and low octane at the pump. When the RFS came into implementation Marathon set up several refineries/terminals in Michigan, Georgia, and Florida to supply 90/91 octane low sulfur E0 gas for the specialized need of boaters, classic car owners, etc. I suspect Indiana's supply of 91 octane E0 gas comes from one of the terminals in Michigan. In other parts of the country 93 octane E0 gas is still available but it is quickly becoming a boutique fuel along with the other high octane racing fuels. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (November 27, 2017)
Hello I wanted to get a NO ethanol sticker but the link appears to be dead? – TylerSTL, MO (November 28, 2017)
It's not dead. http://www.cafepress.com/puregas works fine. Cut and paste into your browser's URL bar. – SamSanta Fe, NM (November 28, 2017)
Thanks for the site, Sam. Have you moved from Wisconsin to blessed Santa Fe? FWIW, I concur with your stated political conviction, too. – WillDickson, TN (December 1, 2017)
Yeah, we moved to Santa Fe two years ago, exactly. Love it here! – SamSanta Fe, NM (December 1, 2017)
Can you post that all Shell Gas Stations in Canada (V-power 91 Octane only) , All Canadian Tire Service Stations- (91 Octane Only) and also Ultramar Service Stations - (91 Octane Only) (Ontario - Newfoundland) sell only Non-Ethanol gas (100% pure gas) at these Octane levels. Thanks for your work in this matter as I travel quite abit with my classic cars and use this site regularly outside Ontario as I never put ethanol in my cars if possible. – Will NortonYarker (December 2, 2017)
12-3-17 4:23AM Eastern time the map is not working properly - the pins do not show up the rest of the map is in tact – TicaFlorida (December 3, 2017)
Thanks, Tica, I think the map placemark pins should come back in a while, I had a file permission issue so Google coudn't update the pins. Sometimes it takes quite a while to update its cache with the new data. – SamSanta Fe (December 3, 2017)
Do all airports sell ethanol free gas – Truman JensenTorrance ca (December 7, 2017)
I think very few do, Truman, just ones that cater to small plane hobbyists. The ones that do sell E0 are often listed here. – SamSanta Fe, NM (December 8, 2017)
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