Wal-Mart is a U.S. retail giant, if not THE retail giant, selling almost anything inexpensively. Are Americans also ready to fuel up on biofuel at their local store as well? Well, they may soon have that option. Dow Jones reports that the company is considering selling the biofuel E85 (85 percent ethanol, 15 percent gasoline) at its 380-plus gas stations. Such a plan would significantly add to the current 700 E85 fuel stations across the U.S. Senator Barack Obama of Illinois has been reported to have contacted Wal-Mart and other retail giants on such a possibility.
[Source: Dow Jones via Brownfield]

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