OKLAHOMA CITY – Around 449,000 gallons of gasoline distributed to retailers in the Oklahoma City area is being recalled this week for containing “unacceptably” high levels of ethanol, reports Magellan Midstream Partners.
According to Magellan, the recalled fuel could contain as much as 30 percent ethanol.
It was reportedly dispatched from the Midstream facility between the dates of August 23 to August 29 from one of six delivery bays.
Currently, Magellan says it is working to identify the distributors who reportedly picked up the fuel from the bay believed to be connected to the ethanol issue.
Right now, the gasoline believed to have high ethanol levels appears to have been distributed to retailors in Oklahoma City and Cleveland counties, reports Magellan.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s Petroleum Storage Tank says it will notify the retailers that were possibly impacted.
Magellan went on to say that any consumer with fuel-related issues should contact Magellan.
Fuel complaints regarding this or any other concern related to fuel measurement or quality can also be filed with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission at 405-521-2211.