January 30, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Members of the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council along with North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson celebrated the Grand Opening of the fourth fueling station in North Dakota to retail E85, the gasoline alternative fuel product made from 85 percent corn-based ethanol. Johnson said that the new fueling station in Devil’s Lake is exciting, because up until now the ethanol industry in North Dakota in terms of consumption is small, as only a third of the fuel sold in the state is ethanol blended, while South Dakota’s consumption is double that of North Dakota’s — whereas Minnesota is almost at 100 percent. North Dakota’s newest E85 location is located at the Cenex Farmers Union Station at 600 Highway 2 West in Devil’s Lake. The remaining three E85 stations in North Dakota are located at Cenex Petro Express’ at 3902 Main Avenue in Fargo and 1210 13th Avenue East West Fargo; and Stamart at 1120 East Divide Avenue in Bismarck. The North Dakota Corn Utilization Council and the National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC) provided partial funding for the new E85 pump.