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curious, been looking for "pure gas" for my small engines, we have an EAGLE STOP here listed with you so I went to look and indead they even have a sign out front "ethanol free gas 91 octane" so I talked to the manager and checked the pumps and they have replaced the ethanol with METHANOL..... is that the idea ? NOT pure GAS just not containing ethanol ? I thought methanol was worse. I really want to there really 100% pure gas anywhere. ? – glenVERSAILLES (October 20, 2016)
Glen - interesting. Methanol has essentially the same water-miscible property as ethanol, and nearly identical chemical free energy, so it's essentially identical to ethanol as an additive. It's not used much in the US, but used heavily in China. Interestingly, methanol is much cheaper to make than ethanol, but the Big Ethanol lobby has pushed ethanol on the US. So, that pump apparently carries M10 (if it's 10%) which is just as bad as E10. You'd think they'd label it as such. It should smell basically the same as E10 and you can use the same test for it since methanol is water-soluble. I wonder who the distributor is that's blending methanol, and why. – SamSanta Fe, NM (October 20, 2016)
will check type/brand/pump lable. etc tomorrow. but my question still stands.... does this gas count as "pure" if it is being boosted using methanol instead of ethanol. ? the small engines need "pure" fuel. I know the pumps have a lable something like M+2 or something like that – GLENVERSAILLES (October 21, 2016)
Sorry I didn't make that clear, Glen: methanol-blended fuel is NOT pure gas and should NOT be listed on this site. Please remove it if you confirm that it is indeed methanol-blended. – SamSanta Fe, NM (October 21, 2016)
Re All Canada: I don't think Esso Premium is Ethanol-free. At least, I haven't found anything saying it is. And I have looked exhaustively. Still, great website, glad you're here. – JuleeManitoba (October 21, 2016)
"New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, PEI: all premium grade gasoline"

Not true. – RichardNew Brunswick (October 24, 2016)
Julee - I've yanked mention of Esso premium, since it sounds like you've done the research. Richard - "not true" isn't really good enough. I've had several users saying "true" so I need some evidence one way or the other. Thanks for the info, though, both of you! – SamSanta Fe, NM (October 24, 2016)
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SAM; Got to the EAGLE STOP to the daytime manager and asked about their nite manager telling me they had Methanol instead in their Ethanol free gas. turns out he was wrong and was looking at the formula on the pump (R+M) 2 thinking the M was for Methanol. they carry pure 91. octane fuel. – GLEN PETERSONVERSAILLES (October 26, 2016)
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