China has recently introduced an M85 or 85% methanol national standards for blending methanol with gasoline, which took effect on the 1st of December, 2009. And we expect an M15 or 15% methanol national standard to be introduced later this year. Provincial programs in China will also continue to support more methanol fuel-blending. For example, we understand that Xanji [ph] province, which has been blending methanol into gasoline for more than 20 years is planning to introduce an M30 or 30% blending standard later this year. Also, the oil majors, such as Sunnytech [ph] have begun retailing M15 fuels in Xanji. And we understand that by the end of this year, all retail stations in this province will be offering methanol blends.

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