Summary of High-Octane Mid-Level Ethanol Blends Study
Theiss, T., et al., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory
July-2016 – View PDF

E15 and Infrastructure
Moriarty, K., U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory, & Yanowitz, J., Ecoengineering, Inc.
May-2015  – View PDF

Assessment: Role of E15 in Reducing GHG Emissions
Mueller, S., University of Illinois at Chicago
March-2015 – View PDF

Effects of High Octane Ethanol Blends on Four Legacy Flex-Fuel Vehicles, and a Turbocharged GDI Vehicle
Thomas, J., West, B., and Huff, S., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory
March-2015 – View PDF

Increasing Biofuel Deployment and Utilization through Development of Renewable Super Premium: Infrastructure Assessment
Moriarty, K., U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Kass, M. & Theiss, T., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory
November-2014 – View PDF

The Economics of Eco-Performance Fuel
Darlington, T., Air Improvement Resource, Inc. et al.
April-2014 – View PDF

Investigating Malfunction Indicator Light Illumination Due to Increased Oxygenate Use in Gasoline
Sluder, C.S., West, B.H., and Knoll, K.E., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory and U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory (for U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
November 15, 2012 – View PDF | Publication available for purchase

Review to Determine the Benefits of Increasing Octane Number on Gasoline Engine Efficiency: Analysis and Recommendations – Tasks 2-5 (CRC Project No. CM-137-11-1b)
Coordinating Research Council, Inc.
September 2012 – View PDF

High octane number ethanol-gasoline blends: Quantifying the potential benefits in the United States
Anderson, J.E., et al., Ford Motor Co.
July 2012 – View PDF | Publication available for purchase

Discussion Document – Effect of Ethanol Blending on Gasoline RVP
McCormick, R.L., U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory, & Yanowitz, J., Ecoengineering, Inc.
March 26, 2012 – View PDF

Intermediate Ethanol Blends Catalyst Durability Program
West, B.H., et al., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Battelle Memorial Institute (for U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
February 2012 – View PDF

Influence and Importance of Fuel Octane in Future Engine Developments
Kasab, J.J., Ricardo (for Renewable Fuels Association)
December 5, 2011 – View PDF – View Executive Summary PDF

NMOG Emissions Characterizations and Estimation for Vehicles Using Ethanol-Blended Fuels
Sluder, C.S., and West, B.H., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory
October 15, 2011 – View PDF

Effects of E15 Ethanol Blends on HC, CO, and NOx Regulated Emissions from On-Road 2001 and Later Model Year Motor Vehicles
Air Improvement Resource, Inc. (for Renewable Fuels Association)
July 15, 2011 – View PDF

Powertrain Component Inspection from Mid-Level Blends Vehicle Aging Study
Shoffner, B.A., Johnson, R.D., Heimrich, M.J., and Lochte, M.D., Southwest Research Institute (for U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
November 2010 – View PDF

Technical Assessment of the Feasibility of Introducing E15 Blended Fuel in U.S. Vehicle Fleet, 1994 to 2000 Model Years
Ricardo, Inc. (for Renewable Fuels Association)
September 10, 2010 – View PDF

Issue Brief – E12: A Pathway to Increased Ethanol Use Today
Renewable Fuels Association
November 6, 2009 – View PDF

Effects of Intermediate Ethanol Blends on Legacy Vehicles and Small Non-Road Engines, Report 1 – Updated
Knoll, K., et al., U.S. DOE-Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Battelle Memorial Institute (for U.S. DOE-National Renewable Energy Laboratory)
February 2009 View PDF

E20: The Feasibility of 20 Percent Ethanol Blends by Volume as a Motor Fuel – Executive Summary, Results of Materials Compatibility and Drivability Testing
State of Minnesota, The Minnesota Corn Growers, The Council of Great Lakes Governors, Minnesota State University at Mankato, University of Minnesota, & Renewable Fuels Association
March 5, 2008 – View PDF