Targray has officially opened its Fargo Biodiesel Terminal a 24/7 fuel distribution centre in North Dakota.
The new terminal will provide local fuel retailers, distributors and fleet managers with greater access to biodiesel.
In May 2018, Minnesota began requiring that all diesel fuel sold in the state contain at least 20% biodiesel. The minimum content for the remainder of the year is 5%.
Samy Cozma, Targray Biofuels trader, says: 'The Fargo terminal is an important addition to our national biodiesel solution for businesses operating in Fargo-Moorhead, one of the country's fastest growing metropolitan areas.'
Cozma adds that the new terminal will help address the increased demand for biodiesel in northwest Minnesota, stemming from the state's recently amended biodiesel mandate.
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