From the Sportfuel website...
Among the hundreds of pilots who have joined the AFC since January, quite a few are based in California, a state where ethanol-free fuel has all but disappeared from gas stations and marinas in recent years. Like all other states in the U.S. however, in California off-highway vehicles are exempted from ethanol mandates, so in principle autogas can be sold at airports provided suppliers can be found. One of the earliest members of the AFC is Stinson Reliant restorer Phillips Sweet of San Jose, who keeps his airplane at the Reid-Hillview airport (KRHV). Working with a group of other local pilots, the airport manager and one of the airport's FBOs, Phillips found a surplus fuel trailer that the airport will park near an existing avgas fuel station. We helped Phillips locate a supplier of 91+ octane fuel, Medford Fuel in Medford, Oregon. Medford Fuel's owner is a collector of classic cars, and understands the importance of maintaining supplies of ethanol-free fuels. The airport management at Reid-Hillview sees the addition of autogas as a means to revitalize the once-bustling sport aviation community at the airport through lower cost fuel. They also see the use of autogas as a demonstrable means of reducing aviation-created lead emissions in their community. We'll report to the AFC membership again just as soon as Phillips is ready to begin sales of autogas at Reid-Hillview.
Elsewhere in California, efforts are now coalescing to bring autogas to a number of airfields in the Central Valley including Turlock, Merced and Fresno. Likewise in the LA basin there are now quite a few AFC members, however none have stepped forward to lead an effort. Fuel suppliers in Nevada and Arizona have already been identified. We are in touch with a member of the LA Airports Commission who has endorsed such an effort, provided a legitimate business case can be established at airports. If you'd like to lead the drive to bring autogas to your airport, contact AFC Director Kent Misegades . In all cases, becoming a Sport Fuel Dealer will give pilots and airports the added assurance that the fuel is of the highest quality, is stored in aviation-grade equipment and will be marketed with the assistance of the Sport Fuel brand owner, U-Fuel.