Several fuel stations operated by supermarket chains are slated for the addition of modified tanks and pumps so E-85 fuel can be offered. That's the fuel composed of an 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline blend. H.E. Butt Grocery Co. is the most recent of several supermarket operators making plans to offer the alternative fuel. Specifically, H-E-B intends to outfit five fuel stations in Texas to offer E-85. Kroger last week opened two of 18 locations slated for Texas and plans more for Ohio and ...
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