Hawaii Petroleum Takes First Tanker of Distilled Biodiesel

December 27, 2012 |

In Hawaii, Hawaii Petroleum loaded the first tanker of fuel produced at the Big Island Biodiesel facility in Kea ’au. The fuel is bound for its nearby Hawaii Fueling Network station in Shipman Business Park, which offers 100% biodiesel and a 20% blend. HFN has been selling biodiesel produced at Pacific Biodiesel’s facilities on Maui and Oahu at its recently opened station. With Big Island Biodiesel up and running, all of Pacific Biodiesel’s fuel will now be produced at the new facility. Hawaii Petroleum offers dependable bulk fuel and lubricant delivery services to all districts of the island. In addition, its HFN network has five commercial card lock sites in Hilo and Kona, as well as six HFN retail locations around the island that provide a convenient network of fueling sites. Its sister company, Maui Petroleum, offers similar services with nine HFN fueling locations on the Valley Isle.

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