CHS is expanding access to higher ethanol blended fuels at ten fuel terminals come early April. This includes locations in Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota. “Expanding options for ethanol blended fuel is important for our Cenex brand retailers and our farmer-owners,” says Akhtar Hussain, director of refined fuels marketing. The company is the only refiner with an EPA-approved misfueling mitigation plan covering an entire retail network. CHS currently offers E15 through its McFarland, Wisconsin terminal.
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