In the Midwest, E85 is increasingly able to compete with regular gasoline in terms of mileage per dollar, the Energy Information Administration said. The recent jump in Renewable Identification Number prices is adding to E85's price discount relative to regular gasoline because producing E85 creates more RINs than E10, benefiting producers who pass on the extra RINs to consumers in the form of lower prices, the agency said.

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