Ethanol fuel in the United States

Ethanol Fuel In The United States

Ethanol fuel in the United States

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The United States is the world's largest producer of ethanol fuel since 2005. The U.S. produced 13.2 billion U.S. liquid gallons (50.0 billion liters) of ethanol fuel in 2010, and together with Brazil, both countries accounted for 88% of the world's production in that year. Ethanol fuel is mainly used in the U.S. as an oxygenate to gasoline in the form of low-level blends up to 10 percent, and to a lesser extent, as E85 fuel for flex-fuel vehicles. Most ethanol fuel in the U.S. is produced using corn as feedstock.

The ethanol market share in the U.S. gasoline supply by volume grew from just over 1 percent in 2000 through less than 4 percent in 2006 to a peak of almost 10 percent in 2010,See pages 2-3, 10-11, 19-20, and 26-27. Most cars on the road today in the U.S. can run on blends of up to 10% ethanol, and motor vehicle manufacturers already produce vehicles designed to run on much higher ethanol blends. Flexible-fuel cars, trucks, and minivans can use gasoline and ethanol blends ranging from...
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