Facility Opens to Ratio-blend Bio-heating and Bio-diesel Fuels

East Greenbush, New York [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Sprague Energy will open its first Biofuel facility at its Albany, New York terminal on March 30, 2006. New York Lieutenant Governor Mary Donohue will speak, along with others, and New York Governor George E. Pataki is invited to speak. Sprague’s Albany terminal, which also stores approximately 40 million gallons of traditional petroleum fuels, stores 40,000 gallons of pure Biofuel (also referred to as “neat” or B100). The Biofuel is blended with diesel fuel (“Biodiesel”) for over-the-road applications and #2 heating oil (“Bioheat”) for residential and commercial heating applications. Every gallon of Sprague Biofuel meets ASTM D 6751, the quality assurance standard enacted by The American Society of Testing and Manufacturing and endorsed by the National Biodiesel Board (NBB).
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