ACE Congratulates Petro Serve USA on New E15 Location
(American Coalition for Ethanol /Ethanol Producer Magazine) American Coalition for Ethanol Senior Vice President Ron Lamberty spoke at Petro Serve USA’s grand opening of its facility in Valley City, North Dakota, May 11 to congratulate the company and CEO Kent Satrang on offering more consumers E15 and higher ethanol blends.
“Petro Serve has been offering ethanol blends to their customers for a long time now, and they keep adding more stations like this one because it works—they’ve found success providing drivers with access to low cost, high octane ethanol fuel blends,” Lamberty said. “ACE congratulates Petro Serve and Kent for being leaders in ethanol retailing and for sharing what they know with other retailers to help expand the availability of ethanol blends nationwide.”
Petro Serve’s new facility offers E15, E30 and E85 at 16 fueling points and is Petro Serve’s 20th station to offer E15 in North Dakota, its second location in Valley City.
To kick off the summer driving season, the event offered E15 for just 15 cents at Petro Serve’s new location at 1020 8th Ave. SW in Valley City. Lamberty joined Satrang and a handful of other speakers during a 10 a.m. news conference, including former Governor Jack Dalrymple; City Mayor Dave Carlsrud; Kevin Skunes of the National Corn Growers Association; Jeff Zueger of Midwest Ag Energy Group and chairman of the North Dakota Ethanol Council; and Dale Ihry of the North Dakota Corn Utilization Council.
Jason Strand, North Dakota farmer and owner of E85 Racing, also had his ethanol-powered racecar on location and visited with consumers on the benefits of ethanol. READ MORE