The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association’s (IRFA) E85 Wholesale Price Listing Program is available at: www.iowarfa.org/E85PastPriceProgram.php.

 

“As RIN prices plummet, the E85 advantage has narrowed a little, nevertheless E85 remains the clear bargain for consumers,” stated IRFA Executive Director Monte Shaw.

 

E85 Wholesale Prices

 

October  28, 2013 Prices. Posted October 29, 2013.

Supplier Name

Location

Contact Info.

Price*

Ethanol Content

Source

Absolute Energy

St. Ansgar, Iowa

Don Burns

Absolute Energy

641-326-2220

$ 1.87

80%

 

DTN

Heartland Fuel Products

Des Moines Terminal

 

$ 2.12

75%

OPIS

Heartland Fuel Products

Des Moines Terminal

 

$ 2.15

70%

OPIS

Quad County Corn Processors

Galva, Iowa

Matt Carter

EcoEnergy

615-786-0404

$1.90

75%

Plant Website

RPMG

Des Moines Terminal

Don Howe

RPMG

952-465-3243

$1.99

70%

OPIS

Siouxland Energy and Livestock Coop

Sioux Center, Iowa

Matt Carter

EcoEnergy

615-786-0404

$ 1.89

80%

Plant Website

The Andersons-Denison

Denison, Iowa

John DiMartini

The Andersons

419-891-6491

$ 1.86

80%

DTN

Valero Corp.

Des Moines Terminal

 

$2.04

70%

OPIS

*Prices rounded to nearest penny.

 

Comparative Price Information

 

Des Moines Rack Average Clear Regular Gasoline

(for comparison)

$ 2.69

OPIS

 

The IRFA publishes Monday’s wholesale E85 prices every Tuesday.  E85 suppliers wishing to have their price posted should contact T.J. Page with the IRFA at 515-252-6249 or tpage@IowaRFA.org. To be eligible for listing, the supplier's price must: be publicly posted elsewhere; be available to any retailer or supplier; not be restricted by gallonage caps.  E85 is defined in state law as a blend of between 70 and 85 percent ethanol with gasoline.

 

Iowa is the leader in renewable fuels production. Iowa has 41 ethanol refineries capable of producing over 3.7 billion gallons annually, with one wet mill and three cellulosic ethanol facilities currently under construction. In addition, Iowa has 12 biodiesel facilities with the capacity to produce nearly 315 million gallons annually.

 

The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association was formed in 2002 to represent the state’s liquid renewable fuels industry. The trade group fosters the development and growth of the renewable fuels industry in Iowa through education, promotion, legislation and infrastructure development.

 

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For more information, visit the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association website at: www.IowaRFA.org