P-30.01, r. 2 - Petroleum Products Regulation

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3. Oxygenated automotive gasolines containing ethanol are motor fuels to which no lead or phosphorus compounds have been added that may contain up to 10% fuel ethanol by volume and that are suitable for use in spark ignition engines under a wide range of climatic conditions.
They must comply with Canadian General Standards Board standard CAN/CGSB-3.511-2011 - Oxygenated Automotive Gasoline Containing Ethanol (E1-E10).
Fuel ethanol means ethyl alcohol having the chemical formula C2H5OH produced in particular from renewable materials and sold either as a product to be blended directly with automotive gasoline or for use as an input in the reformulation of gasolines or the making of ethyl tertiary-butyl ether that may be added to gasoline.
O.C. 581-2015, s. 3.