Topics: Biodiesel

NATSO Connect 2022 to Feature Transportation Energy Educational Track

NATSO Connect 2022 to Feature Transportation Energy Educational Track

NATSO is offering a Transportation Energy Track during NATSO Connect 2022, which will be held Feb. 20-24, 2022, at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando, Florida. “We want to ensure the nation’s truckstops and travel centers have the knowledge they need to meet the country’s fueling needs, no matter what fuel is powering the vehicle,” said Amy Toner, vice president of publishing and digital content for NATSO. More

Pilot Testifies on Behalf of NATSO for House Committee Hearing on Business Solutions to Climate Change

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on March 17 held a four-hour hearing on business solutions to climate change. The Committee, which invited NATSO to testify, effectively kicked off the first of a series of hearings that will undoubtedly lay the groundwork for Congress to draft infrastructure legislation in the coming months.  Representing NATSO was Pilot Company CEO Shameek Konar. More

Biodiesel Blending Practices

Biodiesel Blending Practices

Biodiesel can be blended and used in many different concentrations, and adding biodiesel to a location’s offerings does not require truckstop and travel plaza operators to buy new equipment. More

Biodiesel Fundamentals for Truckstops with the Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

Biodiesel Fundamentals for Truckstops with the Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

In this episode of The Truck Stops Here Ginger Laidlaw, vice president with NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council, provides critical answers to biodiesel questions on incentives, fuel quality, equipment and much more.  More

Go Inside a Diesel Engine

Go Inside a Diesel Engine

To answer these questions and more, we created an animated video to illustrate exactly how biodiesel works in an existing diesel engine with no changes or modifications necessary. More

USDA Accepting Applications for Matching Grants Under Higher Blends Infrastructure Investment Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture launched an online portal to begin accepting applications for the Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program (HBIIP) grants. More

NATSO Analysis: USDA Grants for Renewable Fuel Infrastructure

The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to award up to $100 million in competitive grants to expand the sale and use of renewable fuels, including biodiesel. Under the Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program, USDA will award $14 million to expand the infrastructure for higher blends of biodiesel and $86 million for higher blends of ethanol in an effort to increase the sale and use of higher blend renewable fuels.  More

USDA to Award $100 Million in Grants for Renewable Fuel Infrastructure

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Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Electric vehicles may be the shiny new object, but speakers at the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in January confirmed that the diesel engine will continue dominating the market for a long time. John Eichberger, Executive Director of the Fuels Institute, illustrated this point with federal data: 77% of all distillate energy is used by the over-the-road freight market. A 14% increase in registered diesel vehicles is expected by 2035 — including more passenger models. Diesel vehicle miles traveled are projected to increase 23% by 2035. More

NATSO ANALYSIS: Court Sides with Biofuels Interests in Case Examining RFS Small Refinery Exemptions

Appeals court ruling hands a major victory to biofuels stakeholders, casting doubt on the legal underpinnings of EPA’s rationale for increasing the number of small refinery exemptions and adding a new wrinkle of uncertainty to an already-volatile Renewable Fuel Standard program. More

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