Originally appeared in Fuel What Matters
January 17, 2017
The national yearly average price of gasoline will rise from $2.13 (in 2016) to $2.49 (almost 17%) in 2017, according to GasBuddy Organization Inc. Americans are estimated to shell out $52 billion more to fill up this year due to an 18% jump in oil prices as a result of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and other nations reaching an agreement to reduce their output.
This implementation could leave numerous Americans wanting an alternative to the impending steep price tag of gasoline. “E15, which contains 15 percent ethanol, is an even better choice for their wallets, their engines, and the environment,” said Emily Skor, Growth Energy CEO. “That’s why more than 400 stations across 28 states are selling E15, and demand continues to grow.”