Bill mandating 2% ethanol blending in Queensland sent to parliament

In Australia, a bill for 2% ethanol blending in Queensland from July 2016 has been submitted to Parliament. Expectations are the bill could be based as soon as the end of this year. The legislation was written in such a way that it opens up for higher blending further down the line. Currently voluntary blending has seen ethanol account for about 1.2% of gasoline sales. The hope is the new policy will help to solidify the policy framework for the biofuels industry so it can continue to develop and invest.

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