The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) joined Petro Serve USA to celebrate the grand opening of its new facility in Valley City, North Dakota on Friday and congratulate them for providing higher ethanol blends to more consumers.
“Petro Serve has been offering ethanol blends to their customers for a long time now, and they keep adding more stations like this one because it works — they’ve found success providing drivers with access to low cost, high octane ethanol fuel blends,” said (ACE) Senior Vice President Ron Lamberty, who spoke at the grand opening.
Petro Serve’s new facility offers E15, E30 and E85 at 16 fueling points and is Petro Serve’s 20th station to offer E15 in North Dakota, its second location in Valley City.
“We like to give our customers the ability to make their own choice at the gas pump,” Petro Serve CEO Kent Satrang said. “When competitors do not offer fuel choice, customers buy their ethanol from us to save money.”
Among the dignitaries helping Petro Serve celebrate the new facility were former Governor Jack Dalrymple; City Mayor Dave Carlsrud; National Corn Growers Association president Kevin Skunes; North Dakota Ethanol Council chairman Jeff Zueger; and Dale Ihry of the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council.