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JonSCKs
Posted 3/14/2019 08:20 (#7379571 - in reply to #7379541)
Subject: Ethanol BioRefineries are a Natural Fit for our energy needs.


If we work this right.. when can have Cleaner Air.. Less TOXIC CANCER CAUSING pollutants and Home Grown Energy Independence.

Refineries are not all bad.. they are vital to our energy security.

In Kansas we have 3 currently operating.. including Carl Ichan's CVR..

What we are doing is when the Truck Tankers pick up refined products and make their deliveries away from the Rack.. they can stop into one of the 12 BioEthanol refineries and go back LOADED making more stops on the return trip delivering Clean Ethanol to the Rack and even individual Retailers such as JUMPSTART.

Kansas Checkoff dollars are being used to help provide funds to place BLENDER PUMPS in service in order to sell higher blends of ethanol. Of course we need the rvp waiver to do this.. E-15 (which is now proposed.)

We have seen Ethanol sales DOUBLE over the past year under this program. 

One such Success story is JUMPSTART a fuel retailer who is buying Ethanol DIRECTLY from the Plants and blending it ON SITE at the point of sale.. This has MANY Advantages in that they can source refined products cheaper driectly by bypassing the Rack sale.. saving on markup and transportation costs. 

Their most popular selling fuel is SUPER PREMIUM E-30 at 93 octane and most of the time it is cheaper than the competitor gasoline only option across the street.. while providing better performance and higher octane. 

https://www.fuelfreedom.org/meet-pump-players-phil-cheryl-near-selli... 

Meet the Pump Players Phil and Cheryl Near selling Ethanol as God's Work. 


December 29, 2014 
by Landon Hall 



One of the most compelling moments in the documentary PUMP comes when we’re introduced to Phil and Cheryl Near, who own two gas stations called Jump Start in Wichita, Kansas. 

They’re not ordinary stations, however: They could be the fueling stations of the future, because they sell ethanol as well as traditional gasoline. 

Phil Near, 51, has worked in the gasoline business virtually his entire adult life, and only a few years back discovered that there were alternatives, like ethanol. Now he and Cheryl offer it to customers, spreading the word about the benefits of fuel choice. “Once they try it, they usually come back and buy it again,” Phil says in the film. 

More importantly, he says selling ethanol “is a moral obligation. We feel like we’re doing the Lord’s work.” 

To learn more about the film, visit PumpTheMovie.com, and just in time for Christmas, you can give the gift of thought-provoking debate by pre-ordering your digital copy on iTunes prior to its Jan. 13 launch. 

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Cheryl is a Breast Cancer Survivor, "There are over 400 components used to make Gasoline.. many including the Aromatics which are used to boost the octane levels.. we KNOW Cause Cancer. Everything you fuel up.. if you breath that sweet smell by the gasoline pump.. you are taking in Cancer Causing Compunds such as BENZENE. 

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