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Old 03-29-2013, 04:49 PM   #21
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Conoco stations in WA carry no-ethanol premium. I agree, fab fuel mileage.
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Old 04-29-2013, 11:04 AM   #22
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This site only lists one of the five stations I'm aware of in Wichita Falls that deliver 100% gasoline (Carey's Corner, which is a few blocks from where I live and where I fill up most often). I'll check the others they have and will add the other four I know of ASAP. There's Tami's on SW Pkwy at Rhea Rd, Lucky's (same location, opposite corner), a Shell station next to Starbucks on Kemp (believe that, Shell, with no ethanol, and 93 octane premium no less!), and an unbranded station on Loop 325 about a block south from Sheppard's main gate.
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If you see stations missing from their list, then by all means add them!
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Old 07-06-2014, 09:40 PM   #24
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Update to pure-gas.org listings for 100% gasoliine were:

7700 in early February, 2014. About the end of May, they rose to 8000. Now 7 weeks later, listings jumped over 2% to 8175!!! Even fuel restrictive California has a few more stations selling 100% gasoline. Wisconsin, with 709 listings, comprise 8.7% of all U.S. & Canadian listings. Florida, with repeal of some 100% gasoline restrictions, has increased ~ 10% over the last few months.

After my friend had no access to 100% (ethanol-free) gasoline in her Arizona town, a station just opened up!!! So if no states have 100% gasoline near you, put in requests at gas stations to handle 100% gasoline, specially stations with numerous pumps, which more readily, could accommodate & reserve a pump for 100% gasoline.
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Florida just added its 500th 100% gasoline station to pure-gas.org, now "only" 209 stations behind Wisconsin. If rates stay the same, Florida will catch Wisconsin in 6.8 years & both states will have 1027 100% gasoline stations. "ethanol in gasoline" industry has passed its maximum. 100% gasoline stations will eventually be in many hundreds(more?) in all states & even several thousands in some states.
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Old 07-22-2014, 12:15 PM   #27
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Once a year I go on an efficiency run in my 350Z (I used to do it on my way to Florida in my Toyota as well) and for 3 years my best have been 30.5 mpg, 30.9 mpg and 30.4 mpg. Then this year I stumbled onto the pure-gas website and filled up with no ethanol gas. Did the same "protocol", i.e. drove immediately to the highway and drove for a couple hours at 62-63 mph.
34.6 mpg! Sweet! In a sports car that flies! More than 10% better than my previous best.
So I pull up the pure-gas map for my area, and I realize I am in a no ethanol desert. I have to go more than 80 miles to find a station that sells it.
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Update to pure-gas.org listings for 100% gasoliine were:

7700 in early February, 2014. About the end of May, they rose to 8000. Now 7 weeks later, listings jumped over 2% to 8175!!!

After my friend had no access to 100% (ethanol-free) gasoline in her Arizona town, a station just opened up!!! So if no states have 100% gasoline near you, put in requests at gas stations to handle 100% gasoline, specially stations with numerous pumps, which more readily, could accommodate & reserve a pump for 100% gasoline.
Short order into late August, listings for 100% gasoline at pure-gas.org has leaped to 8436, 9.6% in less than 7 months. Possibly in a year or less, if the EPA keeps its hands off 100% gasoline, pure-gas.org listings should be 10,000 E0 stations or more. People are discovering the worthlessness of the ethanol in gasoline.

Remember, diesel fuel needs to burn in diesel engines, ethanol needs to burn in ethanol engines & 100% gasoline needs to burn in gasoline engines.
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If I don't mind paying for 100 octane racing fuel by the can, I could easily get it. Which is what some of those pure gas listings are.

With the distance and cost to get to an actual pump of it, it would have been cheaper per mile just sticking to local E10.
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IWith the distance and cost to get to an actual pump of it(E0), it would have been cheaper per mile just sticking to local E10.
That's how much the "ethanol in gasoline" industry paid & worked to eliminate intelligent choice for 100% gasoline. With the reduction of E0 to minimal quantities, the "ethanol in gasoline" industry with their diluting policies, has caused pure E0 to rise in price due to its rarity.

However, pure-gas.org lists the comeback of E0, now rising 9.6% in ~ 7 months. People want E0 & are demanding that E0 be served. E0 stations may rise to 10,000 in somewhat over a year. Since new quality gasoline engine cars & gasoline refinings equal or bests ethanol emissions in gasoline engines, the EPA needs to butt out, so E0 can rise ever more. With availability to ~50,000 stations, E0 will reduce in price compared to worthless ethanol & become even more available.
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