Clean Fuels: North Dakota
North Dakota was home to the top-selling E85 station in the US in 2005. In 2008,
through 25 retailers, North Dakotans used about 1 million gallons of E85 each year
and we plan to grow that market, using more North Dakota-grown fuels closer to
home. The number of flexible fuel vehicles in the state has increased to around
30,000. We estimate E85 users in North Dakota are helping prevent nearly 4,000
tons of fuel lifecycle carbon dioxide emissions and other harmful pollutants from
entering our air every year.
Additionally, ADM completed its biodiesel plant in 2007, and now produces 85 million
gallons annually from 800,000 tons of canola. Eighty-five percent of the canola used
at the facility is grown in North Dakota. This is the largest canola biodiesel plant in the
United States. With this new in-state production capability, North Dakotans are using
the renewable Clean Air Choice at 15 retail stations - and more are on the way.
Visit the News & Events for the next E85 or Biodiesel promotion in your area.
Renewable fuels information for North Dakota
E85 Infrastructure Grants | Grand Openings/Promotions | Go E | Velva Biodiesel Plant
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