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“Not having been in the fuel retailing business before this, I didn’t realize that margins were so tight on gasoline. I’m actually selling regular unleaded right now for a couple of cents less than what I pay for it. But with both E30 and E85, I’m able to make about 20 cents per gallon because I can buy it at such a discounted price.

"I wanted to focus on the farmers, because we have a strong allegiance of fuel – we convert it into energy, and it's homegrown – our local communities support this. Of course, because we’re in a farming community, people try to use the corn they grow. They know that the more gallons of ethanol they burn in their cars and trucks, the less we’re going to be dependent on foreign oil."
- David Miller, Ethy Pump-n-Go, Portland, Indiana

Ethanol Benefits Your Customers


Higher blends of ethanol provide advantages that resonate with American consumers.


To start with, ethanol gives consumers a lower-priced choice. Whether you’re installing a flex fuel pump or simply switching to E15, it’s a choice that is typically less expensive. In fact, with an octane rating of 113, ethanol is a high performance fuel that keeps your engine running smoothly, especially under challenging summer time driving conditions. Ethanol also keeps your fuel system clean for optimal performance since it won’t leave gummy deposits. In the winter ethanol acts like an anti-freeze minimizing gas line issues. Ethanol also supports local communities. Because it’s a homegrown fuel, it creates hundreds of thousands of jobs here in America that can never be outsourced. Billions of dollars stay here at home that would otherwise be shipped overseas.

Ethanol is cleaner and “greener” than gasoline. Not only does it produce less carbon emissions when it’s burned, because it’s a biofuel, it actually captures carbon dioxide from the air during production.

One of ethanol’s greatest advantages is it lowers our dependence on foreign oil. The more energy we produce here at home, the less money our nation ships to countries in the Middle East.