03 March 2011 17:21 [Source: ICIS news]
MWV said demand for E10 was “dramatically low”, forcing refineries to adjust production accordingly.
MWV said that instead of filling up with E10, which was suitable for about 90% of all cars on Germany’s roads, drivers were filling up their tanks with a Super Plus brand.
As a result, refiners and petrol stations were running short of Super Plus while sitting on unsold stocks of E10, the group said.
According to MWV, so far about 45% of
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