As interest in low carbon fuels gains momentum, Clean Fuels Alliance America welcomes eight new companies that joined the association in the last year.
“It’s an incredible time for the biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel industry as we accelerate toward our vision of 6 billion gallons by 2030,” said Donnell Rehagen, Clean Fuels CEO. “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 and the ongoing expansion of this industry.”
Clean Fuels new members include:
DSM – a global company specializing in solutions for human and animal health and nutrition.
National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) – authorized by Congress in 2000 to provide funding for more efficient and reliable heat and hot water.
PSC Group, LLC – provides product handling services, logistics, railcar repair, and sustainability solutions for the chemical, refining, and marine transportation industries.
ROC 1954 – providing fuel, renewable bio fuels, lubricants, logistics services, and more.
Third Coast Commodities – with the combined goals of bringing transparency to the world of physical derivative commodities and reducing risk.
Magellan Midstream Partners – a publicly traded partnership based in Tulsa, Okla., that primarily transports, stores and distributes refined petroleum products and crude oil.
Green Plains Inc. – a leading ag-tech company using innovative processes to transform annually renewable crops into sustainable, high-value ingredients.
Iveco Group – a company with a strong presence across the full range of commercial and specialty vehicles, complete powertrain offering, and focus on advanced sustainable solutions.
Clean Fuels Alliance America, formerly known as the National Biodiesel Board, will be holding its annual conference January 23-26 in Tampa, Florida. Registration