Renewable Fuel Solutions for AgricultureHelping Farmers Benefit from Biodiesel at Both Ends of the Supply Chain
Creating Biodiesel Opportunities in the Agriculture Sector
The Targray Biofuels Division markets a range of renewable fuel and feedstock products for agriculture markets throughout the United States and Europe. Our Biodiesel marketing expertise enables us to help farmers realize the full economic benefits of biodiesel as both producers and consumers of renewable fuel.
We create distribution agreements with biodiesel producers, matching their products with our customers across the United States. This enables production facilities to maximize their revenues and growth while continuing to maintain a focus on their core competencies.
Our Biodiesel solutions enable farm operators to achieve a positive ROI from their very first order. Savings can range from 3c-10c per gallon of diesel consumed, depending on regional market conditions. Moreover, our ASTM D6751 certified fuels help protect a farm’s equipment investment by delivering improved engine lubricity and increased combustion quality.
Biodiesel and Feedstock Marketing
Benefiting from three decades of experience in commodity trading, we have all the required experience surrounding hedging, compliance, tax and risk management to create unique Biodiesel and feedstock opportunities for a broad range of customers. Our products, services and capabilities encompass the following:
- A large number of BQ-9000 Biodiesel producers under supply agreement in North America.
- A rail fleet consisting of over one hundred 29,000 gallon insulated and coiled tanker cars.
- A robust supply chain able to respond to your most urgent fuel requirements
- Carbon credit market expertise enabling us to offer Biodiesel at a lower price than competitors.
Renewable Fuel Partner Organizations
The California Advanced Biofuels Alliance (CABA) is a not-for-profit biodiesel industry trade association focused on the California Biodiesel Market. It represents a range of stakeholders including all of the state’s major biodiesel producers. CABA strives to increase awareness about biodiesel as California’s leading and most widely available advanced biofuel. The CABA works both instate and at the national level to address regulatory, policy, and legislative issues to enable a growing market for biodiesel in California. Targray Biofuels has been a sustaining member of the organization since 2014.
The ABFA supports and advocates for public policies that are technology neutral, utilizes sustainable feedstocks, and offers subsidy parity to ensure all viable advanced renewable fuel products can compete with the benefit of a level playing field. The organization engages government bodies at all levels to secure support for the advanced biofuels industry, which in turn allows member companies to commercialize their technologies and bring products to market that are highly competitive & compatible with petroleum based fuels and byproducts.
B20 Club Member
The B20 Club is a checkoff-funded program developed by the Illinois Soybean Association in partnership with the American Lung Association (ALA) that recognizes Illinois-based fleets running on biodiesel blends of 20 percent or greater. An associate member of the club since 2016, Targray works with Chicago-area club members to ensure that their B20 biodiesel needs are being met throughout the year.
Founded in 1865, the Jacobsen today is used as a benchmark for a number of commodity markets including petroleum, renewable fuel, animals fats, vegetable oil & grain. The company collects information on offers, bids, and trades daily, seeking to define the overall tone of the markets where complementary commodities are trading. Targray has been the lead sponsor of The Jacobsen’s biodiesel & feedstock conference since 2014.