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.
Diesel engines and cold weather are not known to be close friends, but it’s a manageable relationship. This year’s cold snaps proved to be a particular challenge for diesel users across the country, biodiesel users
New York winters are no joke, and they’re harshest on the trucks, equipment and workers that keep busy New Yorkers going when the weather tries to get them down. For Jim Reinish, manager of the
During the recent National Biodiesel Conference and Expo, Arkansas farmer Robert Stobaugh heard about lots of exciting developments in the industry. The most gratifying was an update on how biodiesel continues to return the investment
Biodiesel’s big crush on soybeans means a higher price for U.S. soybean farmers What started as a little soybean crush has evolved into a full-blown love affair between the biodiesel industry and U.S. soybean oil.
Iowa Soybean Association CEO Kirk Leeds headlined a strong group of award winners for biodiesel leadership at the recent National Biodiesel Conference and Expo. Leeds won the National Biodiesel Board’s (NBB’s) Eye on Biodiesel Award