Biodiesel Board Seeing Membership Growth

Cindy Zimmerman

With interest in low carbon fuels growing, the National Biodiesel Board (NBB) is experiencing growth in membership within the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry. Eight new companies have joined the organization in the last year, according to CEO Donnell Rehagen.

“It’s an incredible time for the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry as we push toward our vision of 6 billion gallons by 2030,” said Rehagen. “With the growth in demand, we see broader and growing interest in the success of the industry. The addition of these members demonstrates the value they see in being part of our trade association that has been built to expand this industry year after year.”

NBB’s newest members include the American Lung Association, fuel supplements manufacturer ET Products, rail shipper OmniTRAX, Propane Education and Research Council (PERC), home heating supplier Cubby Oil & Energy, technical service provider V-TIC Services Inc., NEXT Renewable Fuels, Inc. of Oregon, and Continental Refining Company, a soybean crush plant with biodiesel and renewable diesel refining and blending capabilities.

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