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Thanks Sam and Jonathan! great info. – Sean Gill (March 14, 2017)
Found this information out by sending an Email to customer service at Petro-Canada:

Thank you for contacting Petro-Canada Customer Service. All grades of fuel sold at Petro-Canada contain up to 10% ethanol. Ethanol-blended gasoline is a fuel that typically contains up to 10% ethanol in unleaded gasoline. We use ethanol in our gasoline where legislation requires its use and where conditions warrant. The Federal Government has regulated that motor gasoline sold in Canada after Sept. 1, 2010 must contain an annual pool average of 5% ethanol. Different provincial mandates also exist, some with higher ethanol pool requirements. In Ontario, Petro-Canada stations that only offer 3 grades of gasoline, (RegularClean 87 Octane (E-10 Regular), Plus Clean 89 Octane (E-5 Midgrade) and SuperClean 91 Octane), the SuperClean 91 will not contain ethanol. At stations with 4 grades of gasoline (RegularClean 87 Octane (E-10 Regular), Plus Clean 89 Octane (E-5 Midgrade) and SuperClean 91 Octane, and Ultra 94 Octane), all grades will contain ethanol. – SydousOwen Sound, ON (March 15, 2017)
To clear up ESSO I've also emailed them. Reference #: 03050912 Thank you for taking the time to contact Imperial Oil. We are happy to provide you with information regarding the ethanol percentage found in the fuel sold at Esso-branded retail service stations: · Regular unleaded gasoline (Octane 87) at selected locations contains 10% ethanol (ERUL or E10). · Midgrade gasoline (Octane 89) at locations with E10 contains 5% ethanol. (Midgrade is a blend of regular and premium gasoline.) · Premium unleaded gasoline (Octane 91) does not contain ethanol. This applies to all Esso sites Canada-wide. · Supreme Plus gasoline (Octane 93) contains up to 10% ethanol. – SydousOwen Sound (March 15, 2017)
Thanks, Sydous, I've added the mention of Esso 91 to the home page. I think the Petro-Canada situation is confusing enough to leave it off, and we can just list stations that have the E0 91 in the listings. – SamSanta Fe, NM (March 15, 2017)
Can't get it to take an update code. I was attempting to update "Ryan's Corner" in St George, SC. They have ethanol free but only at 90 octane now and not 93. I made a comment last year but failed to update the octane number. I do check every batch I buy and it has consistantly been E- free. – Dale WilliamsMoncks Corner (March 18, 2017)
Dale - sometimes (reason not known) you have to close and reopen browser to get it to accept captcha - updated the station for you from 93 to 90 – dukestermemphis (March 18, 2017)
The Phillips 66 in Webb city mo is not ethanol free – JeremyJoplin (March 21, 2017)
Love this app found out about on my road trip down to Columbus Georgia. The thing that I wish the app would have is a way to filter out the feul grades it would save me a lot of time when I'm in a rush. I drive a nissan 300zx and use premium gas only so scrolling through all the gas stations shown is a hassle, especially when on a road trip or unfamiliar with the area. – KevinCharlotte (March 24, 2017)
toms travel centers, milroy, pa is one of three stations in PA without ethonol. I don't have enough information to fill in your questionaire. His pure gas is 20cents cheaper than regular – ron francisphila (March 26, 2017)
Ron Francis - don't know what data you are using, but this site shows 138 retailers of non-ethanol fuel in Pennsylvania, including the station you mentioned in Milroy. Try clicking on the STATIONS Tab, selecting PA to see the full list of Pennsylvania stations. BTW, the Milroy station has been listed since June 2016. – dukestermemphis (March 26, 2017)
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