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Chevron Reveals E10 Timetable for Major Markets

April 28, 2008

SAN RAMON, Calif. --- Chevron told marketers this month that the company will have E10 blends at proprietary and exchange terminals in the Northwest, South and Southwest no later than July 1, according to a report from Oil Express.

About 27 terminals will switch over to E10 blends, if they haven't already done so.

Terminals in Washington, Georgia, South Carolina and some in Florida will make the conversion before the end of the month.

In May, marketers will see the switch in facilities in Alabama, Virginia, Tennessee and Mississippi, Oil Express reported. Other racks in North Carolina, Florida and Idaho will make the move in June and the beginning of July.

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