Oxygen in gasolineI enjoyed reading OGJ`s online editorial forum on oxygen in gasoline except for the fact that it was totally irrelevant to the issue at hand. In case you don`t know (although I suspect that you do, but chose to neglect it in your editorial), the point of adding oxygenates to gasoline is to reduce carbon monoxide (CO) emissions, period. As far as I can tell, only the ethanol zealots are making claims that oxygenates reduce NOx and/or hydrocarbon emissions. I find it telling that the effect of oxygenates on carbon monoxide emissions was not mentioned once in your article. Was this because it would undermine your editorial due to oxygenates` proven capability to reduce CO e...

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