Jatrodiesel Miamisburg, OH B100 $3.43 a gallon

loganbmx4gt

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For those able to go there thought you would like to know. only thing I don't understand is, why is the B20 pump across my house $4.04, #2 $3.89, but B100 there $3.43? Oh how I love fuel prices!

Jatrodiesel, Inc
845 N. Main St
Miamisburg,*OH*45342
Raj Mosali 937-847-8050
 

3516ACERT

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What will the market bear? It's not about cost of manufacturing plus profit, it's about how much will we pay for the fuel that gives us freedom to roll?

If I were you, I would buy a Passat-full of B100 at $3.43 and drive by the B20 pump smiling.
 

loganbmx4gt

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What will the market bear? It's not about cost of manufacturing plus profit, it's about how much will we pay for the fuel that gives us freedom to roll?

If I were you, I would buy a Passat-full of B100 at $3.43 and drive by the B20 pump smiling.
And I totally plan on doing so :D
 

loganbmx4gt

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I also talked to Raj Mosali and asked what base was used and I quote "It's 20% Soy and 80% Corn most of the time and sometimes UCO based, which is
primarily Soy."
 

Aaron Steinblock

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Our local Bio producer has their b99 at a significant cost savings to the b20. They said it has to do with a tax loophole that in the b99. I guess it has less federal tax than lesser blends. There is a HUGE note on the invoice that we are not allowed to 'change the blend percentage' by adding d2 to the tank after they have put in b99.
 

Lug_Nut

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Do they drain the tank dry before pumping in the B99?
There's no enforceable means of checking compliance, nor are there any penalties for failing to comply, with their "because I said so" note.

It IS illegal to buy subsidized B99 and to then attempt to 'double dip' by claiming a blender's credit on fuel that has already had the credit applied..
You can't buy B99 that has had the $0.99 credit applied, further blend it down to B80, and try to get $0.80 more.
For use? Do what you want. Cut it to B2, so what?
For resale? Sure! Just do NOT try to claim another federal credit on that fuel.
 
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