The Fargo terminal is an important addition to our national biodiesel distribution network.” explained Targray Biofuels Trader, Samy Cozma. “It provides a reliable local biodiesel solution for businesses operating in Fargo-Moorhead, one of the country’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas.” Cozma added that the new terminal would also help address the increased demand for bio-based diesel in Northwest Minnesota, stemming from the state’s recently amended biodiesel mandate.

On May 1st, 2018, Minnesota began requiring that all diesel fuel sold in the state contain at least twenty percent Biodiesel (B20). The minimum content for the remainder of the year is five percent (B5). The state’s move to increase the use of biodiesel, a cleaner-burning alternative to petroleum-based diesel, has received strong support from local clean air advocates, including the American Lung Association’s Upper Midwest Chapter.

Representatives from Targray’s Biofuels Division will be appearing at the North Dakota Petroleum Marketer Association’s annual event in Fargo to meet with local industry stakeholders and provide additional information on the company’s B20-ready turnkey biodiesel solutions.

About Targray Biofuels

Targray is a BQ-9000® certified marketer and distributor of high-quality B99.9 biodiesel. Supported by a dedicated rail fleet and a terminal network spanning the United States, the company is committed to providing innovative biodiesel solutions enabling fuel retailers, distributors, jobbers and fleet operators to achieve greater profitability and competitiveness while helping create a more sustainable economy for future generations.

Targray is one of the largest and fastest-growing suppliers of biodiesel in the United States. The company’s innovative biodiesel solutions are offered at over 40 tank locations throughout California and the Midwest.

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