A new report from the Center for Responsive Politics shows oil companies have spent more than $8 billion to buy and distribute engine oil additive ingredients.
The Center’s analysis, based on data from the Environmental Protection Agency, also found that the cost of each additive has increased more than 500 percent since 2009.
The new report was commissioned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the American Petroleum Institute, and the National Association of Manufacturers, and released on Monday.
In a statement, the chamber said the findings are evidence that “engine oil is no longer a safe alternative to gasoline and diesel.”
The report shows that engine oil is being used in a number of different ways, including to make the additive to make it more efficient for cars, trucks, and buses.
Some manufacturers are also turning to the additive as an alternative to traditional gasoline or diesel.
An additive called tetrachloroethylene (TCE) is used in the automotive industry as a catalyst to make diesel.
It is used to make an additive called bromide.
TCE is a toxic chemical, with the EPA classifying it as a “high-hazard” chemical.
Bromide is a more refined version of TCE, and is used as a cleaner by many industries.
TCE is also a key ingredient in some engine oil and gas additive formulations, and has been shown to improve fuel economy.
However, it is still a highly toxic chemical and should not be used in any form in your vehicle.
There are two main ways that engine oils are made: With a catalytic cracking process, and using a catalysts chemical that converts into gasoline.
While the EPA has made a commitment to eliminate TCE from engine oil by 2025, it has been unclear whether that will actually happen.
“It’s been a very frustrating year for the industry, and it’s hard to say exactly when we’ll be able to get it done,” said Joe Lappalardo, an oil and gasoline industry analyst at Kelley Blue Book.
It’s unclear whether TCE will be used to replace diesel in vehicles or instead be used as the primary catalysts for fuel cells, which use gasoline instead of diesel to run.
Many automakers have said they will start using TCE in the engine oil mix by 2025 or later, but the EPA’s new report does not show whether that is the case.
Andrea Sirota, an EPA spokeswoman, said the agency is continuing to develop an updated list of engine oil products that have TCE and has released a list of the oil companies that have made the additive available to the public.
For now, the EPA is working on a new rule to address TCE.