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thomasmnile

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Wawa stores in Florida sell alcohol free gas. Unfortunately the cost difference between it & E10 is not negligible. 70-80 cents higher than E10 last I looked.

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Wawa stores in Florida sell alcohol free gas. Unfortunately the cost difference between it & E10 is not negligible. 70-80 cents higher than E10 last I looked.
That only because those that seek it out are willing to pay much more. Does not reflect cost or the price if all the booze was taken out.


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With one of the world’s biggest breadbaskets forced to likely forego it’s next crop planting season, and food prices beginning to escalate, seems like the perfect misuse of America’s corn…JMO

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time2roll wrote:

thomasmnile wrote:

Wawa stores in Florida sell alcohol free gas. Unfortunately the cost difference between it & E10 is not negligible. 70-80 cents higher than E10 last I looked.
That only because those that seek it out are willing to pay much more. Does not reflect cost or the price if all the booze was taken out.


Its sold all over the state as 'marine gas' and the stuff locally is lower octane


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3 tons wrote:

With one of the world’s biggest breadbaskets forced to likely forego it’s next crop planting season, and food prices beginning to escalate, seems like the perfect misuse of America’s corn…JMO

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Agreed, it's always been a handout to big ag.

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MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

It looks like USA gasoline is going to jump to fifteen percent minimum.
Forever

All gas is not going to 15% as a minimum. A few ethanol producing states are going to blend and sell 15% gas outside of the normal June to September cutoff.
Nothing is going to change with 10% gas availability.

Gary is right.

Only about 2% of stations are set for 15% and most of those are in the mid west. The rest of the US will likely remain as is.

This "emergency" action is lipstick on a pig.

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agesilaus wrote:



Its sold all over the state as 'marine gas' and the stuff locally is lower octane


Come to think of it, the biggest market for ethanol free gas at Wawa seems to be landscape and lawn maintenance contractors & boaters. IIRC, the alcohol free at Wawa is 89 octane, and before Wawa's entry into Florida alcohol free was around but hard to find in the Orlando area.

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3 tons wrote:

With one of the world’s biggest breadbaskets forced to likely forego it’s next crop planting season, and food prices beginning to escalate, seems like the perfect misuse of America’s corn…JMO

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That's what I was wondering. Isn't it just going to drive the price of corn up either leaving less for food products or make them cost even more???? I'd rather pay the $.10/gallon more than have my groceries get even more expensive.


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