Targray opens North Dakota terminal

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Biodiesel distributor Targray announced the opening of a 24/7 biodiesel terminal in Fargo, North Dakota.

Targray claims that the terminal will help address the growing demand for biofuels in Northwest Minnesota. This follows legislation by the state, requiring fuel sold to be a 20% biodiesel mix (B20).

The terminal will serve wholesale fuel buyers throughout the Fargo-Moorhead metro area with a biodiesel mix that produces 80% less CO2 emissions.

“The Fargo terminal is an important addition to our national biodiesel distribution network,” said Targray Biofuels trader, Samy Cozma.

“It provides a reliable local biodiesel solution for businesses operating in Fargo-Moorhead, one of the country’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas.”