The Ethanol Papers - Paperturn manuscript - Flipbook - Page 110
E15 and Your Car
Big Oil E15 horror stories show up in the most remote places. To read about
the debunking I did of one story CLICK HERE.
Fairytale Thinking on E85 and Ethanol Mandates
The fairytale thinking is in believing that E85 is limited to certain vehicles. All
gasoline-powered automobiles can use E85, not just flex-fuel vehicles. Consumers can 'splash-blend' their own blend levels to save money and get better
MPG results. CLICK HERE to read "Using E85 in Non-Flex Fuel Vehicles Can
Save Almost $1 per Gallon and Fight Terrorism."
The RFS is Bad Policy
We use as much corn for ethanol as we do because we grow it for ethanol
production. If the ethanol market didn't exist farmers wouldn't grow as much
corn as they do. Even with the amount of corn used for ethanol, we have virtually as much corn for human consumption as we did in the past. There is no
shortage of popcorn, corn-on-the-cob for picnics, tortilla chips, or canned corn.
Read "Biofuels Are Worth Every Effort and Cost" for more details.
A Bumpy Ride for Motorcyclists
Motorcycles and Ethanol (E10) - The Shocking Truth.
Rising Ethanol Blends Don't Float All Boats
Mercury Marine, the world's largest manufacturer of marine engines likes E10
and thinks it's a better fuel than ethanol-free gasoline. To read/watch Mercury's
ethanol webinar CLICK HERE.
Outdoor Equipment and the RFS
One of the oil industry's most pernicious myths about ethanol concerns small
engines. To read my take on ethanol and small engines CLICK HERE .
How Has the RFS Evolved Over Time?
Do you want to know how the RFS has evolved over time? Go to Los Angeles
Airport and look north. On many, many days you can see the Hollywood Hills.
In Pasadena, you can look to the west and southwest and see the ocean. This
wasn't true in the late 1980s and '90s.