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Friday, January 13, 2012

Oregon-based Sequential Biofuels opened a second station in Eugene, adding jobs.

A small Oregon company with roots in Eugene, Sequential Biofuels has expanded with the opening of its second company-owned station on 18th and Chambers in Eugene.
What makes Sequential Biofuels different from other... gas stations is the different types of fuels the company sells and where the gasoline and bio-fuel blends come from. At the new location, Sequential is selling four different types of fuel, including E-10, E-85, Biodiesel 5 and Biodiesel 99.
The fuel used is all made locally in Oregon as well. All of Sequential’s ethanol fuel is made in Cornelius, Oregon, by a company that uses food waste to make ethanol. The Biodiesel is made at a facility in Salem.

Read more at KMTR.com.

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