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Unformatted text preview: adding refining capacity. area was the first area in the country to require the use of motor gasoline blended with ethanol to reduce carbon monoxide emissions, Colorado is relatively new to large-scale ethanol production. Currently, the state has the capacity to produce 125 million gallons of ethanol per year, mostly from corn at small facilities in the northeastern part of the state. Colorado’s smallest ethanol production plant is co-located with the Coors brewery in Golden, where it uses waste beer to produce ethanol for fuel consumption. New EPA rules will allow blending of higher concentrations of The use of oxygenated motor gasoline is required during the winter months in the Denver/Boulder and Fort Collins areas. Although the Denver Metro ethanol, increasing from 10% to 15% of volume, with potential effects on supply and demand at Colorado refineries. Natural Gas Forecasts from the EIA suggest that the average American household using natural gas for heating will see a total winter (October through March) price increase of 3% (approximately $19) over 2010-11. More than 50% of all households in the United States depend on natural gas as a primary heating fuel; for the Midwest, this nu...
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