Eugene, OR Sequential Biofuels
Quote, originally posted by oguzooz » Keystone Oil is at the intersection of Slatehill and Gettysburg. right down the street from Pizza Grille (right by trinity highschool)
Is there like some conspiracy preventing to from getting into the LV area?
I mean with 3 fairly big cities in the area with a lot of trucks running through all the way from a light to heavy construction & semis. You think with all the diesel usage it be a gold mine.
Every pump is like an hour away from me and I would to use it but I'm not driving that far. IT IS MADNESS!
Pacific Biofuel distributes B100 to two stations in our small beach town, and also sells direct in 55 and 250 gal containers. Fuel meets ASTM Specification D6751-02.
U.S.A Fueling Station at the corner of Seventh Avenue and Soquel says that their B100 is actually B99. (station changed hands -- no more biodiesel)
The former Union 76 station at Ocean Street and Soquel Avenue has been tentatively renamed EcoDepot, and will also offer electric bike sales and organic produce. They will sell only BioDiesel, no gasoline or conventional diesel.
Mountain Feed and Farm Supply in Ben Lomond claims to be the world's only solar-powered biodiesel filling station.
Energy Alternative Solutions is the main importer of biodiesel to Santa Cruz County. They are building a huge plant in Watsonville to product B100 from waste cooking oil (yellow oil). The capacity of the new plant is millions of gallons per year.
As of summer 2006, EAS was importing 27,000 gals/month of B100 from Texas.
Two of the county's school systems are running pilot programs for their oldest buses to run biodiesel. The local distributer for Budwieser is now using biodiesel in their fleets.
There is now a few dozen acres mustard seed farm in the county supplying mustard seed oil to the local biodiesel refinery for conversion to fuel for sale at the station on Ocean St. I always thought the french fry smell needed seasoning...
Modified by Blonde Guy at 8:13 AM 2-9-2008
Quote, originally posted by jackilus » Google Maps BD Locator:
this link is not a good one. it might say it carries bd but i checked all 3 in my area and none carried it. i was disappointed.
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closest joint is ft laudy... 954.. i'm up in north 561... oh well.. i'll keep waiting.. or when i'm down in 954 i'll check them out...
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Quote, originally posted by Biod RC » Berlin Maryland.
Cropper Oil Rt.50 six miles west of Ocean City.
Open to the public Monday-Friday, 7:30 am - 5 pm.
Card lock 24/7
B20, B50, B99 pumps.
Just to add...
Now B10, B20, B50, B99
And now accepts any credit card 24/7
Quote, originally posted by lemonjuice » does anyone here now of any pumps in the chicago land area??
i havent seen many - its sad since we are surrounded by corn
i know there is a struggle in rockford to build an ethanol plant
i know in rockford and schaumburg areas there are no biodiesel spots
however heading west into the quad cities there are a few truck stops with various blends the highest being B20 though
Make it three yards mother****er and we'll have an automobile race
I ended up taking a small road trip to find some b20 today, at Dennis K Burke Inc 410 Beacham Street Chelsea, MA 02150. B20, for $4.36, Premium DinoDiesel for $4.38I was also playing around on mapquest and you can select the gas button to get gas prices in different areas. They also do biodiesel and E85.
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Quote, originally posted by Nighttrain005 » Why in the Hell would you want to use Bio-Diesel when it is over $5.00 a gal and is worse for the Envirement then Reg Diesel , think about that
Wrong. Now as far as food prices and the cultivation of the materials... You must remember, that unlike E85, Biodiesel can be made from recycled materials. Thank you, come again.
Modified by veedub11 at 11:12 AM 6-3-2008
Biodiesel's only drawback is more NOX emissions. Everything else is lowered considerably......
Algae and Jatropha are 2 alternatives to the food vs. fuel debate. Jatropha can be grown on arid land, negating the use of fertile soils used for food. And over time, Jatropha can fill that land with nutrients as well.
Algae can be cultivated in many places, but I'm told it is still in it's infancy regarding oil conversion. If I am incorrect, share the wealth.
hey. is b100 ok to use in 1.6L diesel 82 caddy? It has the vegie oil conversion on it too. should I put the B100 in the vegie tank or I can put it in normal OEM diesel tank? and how much is it in Milton?
Any bio pumps in or around Oshawa?
In Tucson, AZ:
KubotaPowered mentioned Arizona Petroleum at 1015 South Cherry. They have B5, B20 and B99.
It seems Roadrunner has stopped supplying the Go Go Mart at Broadway & Plumer. Shame -- that was good stuff.
There's a new one though: at a Shell station, of all places: 1701 N. Alvernon Way. B99.
There's also a B99 station at the Catalina Mart at 12030 N. Dove Mountain Blvd. in Marana.
Haven't tried either of these last two.
There are also a couple of WVO cooperatives in the area. A friend operates one, but they're running at full capacity.