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Colonial Oil Industries and TICO Launch of Renewable Diesel

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Molly Cooper

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Independent oil and gas company in the United States, Colonial Oil Industries, is proud to announce a partnership with Neste, TICO, and Gateway Terminals in the offering of renewable diesel to customers and businesses in the region.

Bob Kenyon, president of Colonial Oil Industries says: ‘Colonial Oil is proud to expand our offering to meet the sustainable energy needs of our land and marine customers. We endeavour to be the energy partner of choice in the markets we serve and our strategic relationship with Neste accelerates this ambition.’

This partnership increases the availability of renewable diesel in the State of Georgia and throughout the Southeast US.

a group of men working on a large pipeThe renewable diesel will be supplied by Neste, the world’s leading producer of renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel and a forerunner in developing renewable and circular feedstock solutions for polymers and chemicals.

‘TICO Terminal Services and TICO Manufacturing are committed to advancing sustainability in terminal equipment driven by technologies that are both advanced and reasonable. TICO is proud to bring sustainability solutions that are immediate and reasonable,’ adds Duncan Pindar, executive vice president of TICO.

Kevin Price, CEO of Gateway Terminals says: ‘In the drive to cut supply chain emissions, renewable diesel is a welcome option that both integrates well into current delivery models and provides important overall reductions in carbon and particulate matter. We are encouraged that Colonial Oil is bringing this product to market to help improve global air quality.’

Key features of Colonial Oil’s renewable diesel offering include:

  • Environmental Impact
  • Performance
  • Compatibility
  • Supply Chain Integration

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