Feb 01, 2015
Post per GasBuddy Senior Petroleum Analyst (PD) employee stated in the Lincoln topic: As much of the nation's "regular" is E10 blended (and it's very hard to find E0), we should have a product that's similar nationally. Please report E10 gasoline as regular. E0 gasoline is not normal, therefore not really "regular" and shouldn't be reported as regular. Besides, 87 blended with ethanol is a lower base octane than 87 E0... so technically 87 E10 starts with lower suboctane than 87 E0.