Gulf Akash JV enter into exclusive supply agreement with Targray to offer biodiesel out of the Buckeye Terminal in Hartford, Illinois
Through their existing Joint Venture, Gulf Hydrocarbon Partners, Ltd (GHP) and Akash Energy Inc. have collaborated with Targray Industries to offer biodiesel out of the Buckeye Terminal in Hartford, Illinois. The terminal is located at Buckeye Terminal, 220 East Hawthorne St. Hartford, IL 62048 and supports 24/7 loading. Gulf Hydrocarbon Partners, Ltd., has offered biodiesel out of this location since 2010, but shut down operations at the end of 2012 due to tough economic conditions in the biodiesel market. “The blend economics inverted at the end of 2012, providing little incentive for our customers to integrate biodiesel in their distribution streams.” said Jess Hewitt, President of Gulf Hydrocarbon, Inc. “With the reinstatement of th... [more]
Gas Data Ltd has welcomed the news that commercial Anaerobic Digestion has reached the 100 plant mark. Gas Data, a Midlands-based firm that manufactures portable and fixed biogas monitoring systems, plans to help grow the industry even more over the next five years. Derrick Timms, sales manager of Gas Data, says: "People are waking up to the potential of AD and helping the UK to move away from its reliance on fossil fuels. We've also seen a number of new entrants into the market with the doubling of manufacturers in the industry. This demonstrates the perceived opportunity for growth." Gas Data has also been appointed as an approved supplier to provide analytical instruments for monitoring gas on the UK's first commercial bio methan... [more]
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