Ethanol - Homegrown Energy

 

Ethanol is made by fermenting corn then blending it with petroleum gasoline. Ethanol is a great match with CountryMark PLUS gasoline. Both are 100% American made products that reduce dependency on foreign oil, increase energy security and better fuel the American economy.

Three of CountryMark's PLUS gasoline products are oxygenated with a 10% ethanol blend, which increases octane, improves engine performance and reduces exhaust emissions. CountryMark E10 blends include:

 

 

 

For owners of Flex Fuel Vehicles, CountryMark offers a proprietary E85 product, which is 85% ethanol and 15% conventional gasoline.

 

Ready to see where CountryMark PLUS gasolines can take you? Visit our growing list of CountryMark retail fuel stations that offer these fuels at the pump, or contact a CountryMark branded dealer to discuss fuel delivery options.

  

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