03 March 2011 19:58 [Source: ICIS news]
Refiners were left with unsold stock of E10 and needed “to adjust production” to the low demand, the group said.
Adding to the uncertainty on Thursday were media reports that cited MWV head Klaus Picard as saying refiners wanted to pull E10 from the market.
MWV dismissed those reports, saying it had no plans to pull E10, which so far had been introduced at about 45% of
Economics minster Rainer Bruderle said he was calling a “gasoline summit” with industry to clarify matters and reassure drivers as to the suitability of E10.
According to MWV, about 90% of all cars on
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