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State of North Dakota Switching to 'Gasohol'

January 18, 2002

North Dakota’s Director of State Fleet Services Paul Feyereisen has directed PS Energy Group to switch over the state’s 13 on-site facilities to a 10-percent ethanol blend of gasoline. The conversion is scheduled to be completed by mid-February. This move to cleaner-burning fuel is an indication of the North Dakota government’s support for the ethanol industry and energy independence. PS Energy Group is an Atlanta-based company that provides on-site and retail fuel management services for state and local governments as well as larger public corporations.
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