Emergency EPA ruling allows E15 sales during summer driving

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Drivers in Oklahoma and other states will be allowed this summer to buy gasoline with 15% ethanol as a result of an emergency move made Friday by the Biden administration.

It means the lower-cost fuel will be available for the summer driving season as the EPA said the emergency waiver allows summer sales of E15. Renewable fuel groups say it can cost 27 cents less a gallon than gasoline with 10% ethanol called E10 as reported by the Des Moines Register.

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