Ethanol Blends: E10 and E-Diesel
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Ethanol was first used as a fuel for a combustion engine in 1897, but it has not emerged into the fuel market as a fuel, but rather as an oxygenate. The United States, Canada, Brazil, and many other countries have adopted the use of ethanol blended with gasoline at low concentration to improve emissions. Ethanol can also be blended with diesel at low concentrations (10% to 15%). Most commonly, ethanol is blended with gasoline at concentration of 10% and this oxygenated fuel is referred to as E10 or gasohol.