Biodiesel helps drive demand for U.S. soy oil, which continues to serve as the primary feedstock for U.S. manufacturing of the beneficial renewable fuel. Biodiesel is the only domestically produced and commercially available fuel to meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s definition of an advanced biofuel. It provides one of the best carbon-reduction strategies available with today’s vehicle technologies.
Minnesota soybean farmers will have something to celebrate this summer when the state becomes the first to require a 10 percent biodiesel blend (B10) in its diesel fuel supply on July 1. According to a
“I learned a lot of stuff I didn’t know.” That was the response from one student who completed a recent mechanic’s training session on biodiesel. And it was exactly the response the Kentucky Soybean Board
A San Diego university uses biodiesel for its environmental benefits, but mechanic is a big believer in performance perks, too While sub-zero temperatures and thick layers of snow covered the soybean belt this winter, San
The petroleum and biodiesel paths to success show parallels Biodiesel and petroleum diesel share many similarities. They can both be used in diesel engines without modification. They both fuel fleets and passenger vehicles throughout the
Many breweries turn to biodiesel in sustainability strategies Before you lift that green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, why not select one that comes from a “green” brewery? Many breweries throughout the U.S. and Canada have robust