Post suggestions and comments about below. I reserve the right to remove them at my discretion, especially if they have a clear political angle. Pure gas is a nonpartisan issue. I'm a Democratic Socialist, many users of this site are right-wing Republicans, even Tea Party, and yet we can all agree that ethanol policy is a mistake. It's not a liberal or conservative policy, it's the result of heavy lobbying by the ethanol industry, like ADM, combined with a massive blunder by the EPA in their attempt to spur the adoption of E85 vehicles back in 2007. We can all get along on this just fine.

Comments about specific stations are deleted – those should go in the station comments. If you find a station listing in error, update it or remove it. This page is for general comments about the site and pure gas, of interest to all visitors. Also, comments requesting that gas prices be added will be deleted. Read about this site or just think for a minute about how this site is updated. Prices would never be accurate on this site.

Greetings, and I am also not able to open the Android Pure-Gas App, on a T-Mobile HTC One M7. I'm sure your app must have many fans who are as curious about whether a fix is in the works. I'm anxious to find it working well once again; it's a very helpful tool. Thank you. – JohnOklahoma (November 5, 2015)
The corn state, Iowa, had past 'news' articles(propaganda?) floated that it would have very little ethanol-free gasoline(E0) remaining inside its borders. However, Iowa has lifted its E0 sources to 204. Another nice Iowa service is that a high percentage of its E0 sources are 87 octane, which allows most gasoline engines to use E0, hopefully at an affordable price. – litesongEverett, WA (November 6, 2015)
From Megan Locke, Conyers, Georgia [April 21, 2014]......WSB Radio in Atlanta reported this morning that "A $500,000 study paid for by the federal government and released Sunday in the peer-reviewed Journal Nature Climate Change concludes that biofuels made with corn residue release 7% more greenhouse gases in the early years compared with conventional gasoline."///////////////// The 7% excess GHG emission is NOT coincidental to my last 5 cars, which show adding only 10% ethanol to gasoline(E10), causes mpg drops of 8%, 8%, 7%-8%, 7%, & 5%, compared to E0. The mpg drop indeed would INCREASE GHG emissions by 8%, 8%, 7%-8%, 7%, & 5%. Without admitting to such large mpg drops, the gov't sponsored study directly states that GHG excess emissions must come for mpg drops. Sam.....please note this post. Long-term gov't insistence that E10 mpg drop is only 3%, is a lie. You know I have often shown that ethanol needs high compression ratio(16:1) ethanol engines to extract its energy efficiently. As used(not burned efficiently) in low compression ratio(9:1 to 11:1) gasoline engines, ethanol fails......causing more pollution than gov't says. – litesongEverett, WA (November 7, 2015)
There are a number of QT/Quiktrip stations selling ethanol-free gas in and around Charlotte that are variously listed as "Quik Trip", "Quiktrip", "Qt", "Q T", and other variations with and without store numbers. Should they all be listed the same way for consistency's sake? If so, how? Rick Mozeleski, a/k/a – MadFuelerWinston-Salem, NC (November 8, 2015)
Rick - as has been posted before, this is a user-supported site. If something is in error, and you know it, fix it. – dukestermemphis (November 9, 2015)
I don't really care about MPG. I care about my engine and it's cleanliness. I also do not understand the higher price for non E fuel as compared to e-fuel. The oil Co.s crack the crude into fuel--then they have to buy corn squeezins to get the ethanonl, then they have to transport it to the blending facility, then the have to blend it. This is all added to the original fuel they fracked , and had to do all these gyrations to get ethanol into their fuels. The original fuel(which requires NONE of this added cost) is way more expensive than the junk they are required to foist on the public explain that--I think I need to further keep track of my maint. costs due to the garbage as compared to the "pure" fuel, and ask the EPA a few questions--like are they going to pay for my screwed up weed eater because of their ignorant fuel policies. – GaryFt. Myers, Fl (November 11, 2015)
Gary in Ft Myers, Fl, You raised several issues which I wont go into great detail over but rather touch on the high points and let you do the research. There are several reasons why E0 pricing is higher. It starts with the RFS and RFS2. You will find the answer to this in congress and the president who refuses to repeal the law. The EPA only administers the failing law and does a poor job of it but they did not create the law. Because of ethanol blending requirements, E0 gas almost became a boutique fuel like any other specialty racing fuel and for a long time could only be found at stubborn independent holdouts and a few localized chains. Gasoline now has a hidden cap & trade tax rolled into it though RINs. All gasoline but especially E0 gas is more expensive because of the RINs cap & trade tax. Also because of the added infrastructure that the oil refineries, terminals, and suppliers were forced to put in place thanks to the RFS the costs were passed along to the retail consumer. Some states like Florida got on the ethanol bandwagon early only to see the disastrous results. Now several states like Florida, Maine, Hawaii, Missouri, South Carolina and North Carolina passed anti blending laws forcing E0 to remain available in those states. Other states like Georgia never signed onto the forced ethanol scheme and made the EPA do the enforcement work. In fact the Georgia Dept of Agriculture which oversees gasoline sales refers citizens to to locate E0 gas. The price imbalance is starting to settle out in some quarters because some larger players are making large scale purchases of E0 fuel which helps bring pricing down. These larger retailers include RaceTrac, QT, WAWA, HyVee, Stewarts Shops, Weigels along with the older holdouts like Casey's, Town Pump, and Cubby's have done much to keep E0 available while keeping prices as reasonable as possible under a poorly conceived and poorly administered federal law. The only way to truly fix this mess is to repeal the RFS completely. You need to contact your representative and senators and let them know how you feel about your screwed up weed eater. – Jonathan LathburyAtlanta, Georgia (November 11, 2015)
The original fuel(which requires NONE of this added cost) is way more expensive than the junk they are required to foist on the public explain that--- Gary, Ft. Myers, Fl

The "junk" is not cheaper. Ethanol blending cost is subsidized by your tax dollars, so it seems cheaper. You're still paying for it. Then, you're paying again for repairs or replacement. Isn't this a great country, or what? – Ron StubblefieldCypress, Tx. (November 11, 2015)
Over the last 2+years, Michigan(264) has increased its E0 sources by almost 100, jumping over 4(?) or 5 other states. However, like other states with lots of E0 sources, Michigan sells little 87 octane E0. – litesongEverett, WA (November 20, 2015)
For over 2 years, WI has had over 670 E0 sources. A season(+?) ago, Florida trotted by 600 E0 sources. Seven states competed to see which one would take third place at 600 E0 sources, & today NC drifted to the 600 mark. As for WI again, it has extended its lead, now with 840 E0 sources. – litesongEverett, WA (November 27, 2015)
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