Today, Growth Energy announced that New Mexico is the newest state to offer consumers greater choice at the fuel pump with the availability of E15 – a fuel blended with 15 percent renewable ethanol.

The latest in this market expansion is a Murphy USA station in Albuquerque – now one of nearly 1,800 locations nationwide to offer Americans this more affordable, cleaner biofuel blend. E15 — known to consumers as Unleaded 88 — is giving drivers an option at the pump that saves them up to 10 cents per gallon each trip to the fuel station, while being a smart choice for their engines and a friendlier choice for the Earth.

“With Murphy USA’s addition of E15 at their Albuquerque, New Mexico station, more Americans than ever can now choose Unleaded 88,” said Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor. “We know that when it’s available at the pump, Unleaded 88 is taking off with consumers and becoming their go-to fuel. We applaud Murphy USA for expanding this choice for the people of New Mexico and look forward to celebrating more states doing the same.”

Growth Energy works with leading retailers including Casey’s, Cumberland Farms, Family Express, Holiday, Kum & Go, Kwik Trip, Minnoco, Murphy USA, Protec Fuel, QuikTrip, RaceTrac, Royal Farms, Rutter’s, Sheetz, and Thorntons to offer American drivers the Unleaded 88 choice.

Drivers can head to UNL88.com to learn more about the engine smart, earth kind benefits of this fuel and find their nearest station.

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