Serious discussion on the outlook of e85, we all know by now of the benefits but will it even be available at the pump in the next few years? Is planning a build around it a kin to those building around Av gas? It made sense when the deal was struck with holden to bring flex fuel to the pump, as some sort of green initiative. In reality it was a flop and drivers soon learned it was costing more to fill up than 91 when taking into account the poor fuel economy. Bp packed it in now we are left with one on the pump supplier, united started mixing it with 98 and calling it race e85 with a markup, realistically they could start charging $3 and litre tomorrow with no competition or they could stop serving it at all over night, then what buy in barrels? So is e85 a passing fad?