01 April 2013 07:43 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s Shaanxi government announced on Monday that it started M25 methanol gasoline pilot sales in Xi’an, Baoji and Hanzhong cities in Shaanxi province on 1 April, according to a report from Xinhua News Agency.
The pilot period will last for half a year.
“During the period, we will research on price mechanism of M25 methanol gasoline, supervision and control on transportation, sales locations and environmental impact,” a source close to Shaanxi Provincial Development and Reform Commission said.
The official department has already established the standard for M25 methanol gasoline in Shaanxi province, according to the report.
M25 methanol gasoline is blended with 25% methanol and 75% gasoline.
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