I was filling up with some 91 gasohol near Kasetsart-Nawamin Road and I noticed that the station had a pump of E20 as well. There was a large orange sign to promote the new E20 gasohol. Unfortunately, my car cannot handle the 20% ethanol in the E20 gasohol mixture. It seems that the phase out of benzene is continuing as planned. As it is, benzene 95 are being replaced with 95 gasohol, but benzene 91 is still rather common compared to 91 gasohol. Since older cars are not able to use E20 gasohol, gas stations will need to offer benzene and E10 gasohol as alternatives for many years yet.