December 2nd, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

4 Things (Besides Vehicles) That Use Biodiesel >

SeQuential has spent years creating low carbon biodiesel that’s used in diesel vehicles all across the Pacific Northwest. But while using biodiesel in vehicles is a great start, there are many other applications where this environmentally conscious diesel alternative can have a big impact. Here, we’ll explore a few of the most common.


November 30th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Breaking Down Biodiesel Blends >

Choosing to use biodiesel is an excellent start down the path to a more environmentally conscious lifestyle. SeQuential biodiesel has already displaced more than 470 million pounds of CO2 thanks to a carbon footprint that’s up to 85% smaller than that of standard petroleum diesel. Think biodiesel is the right fit for your vehicle and lifestyle? It’s important to consider which blends of biodiesel will work for you. Explore a few of the most common.


October 31st, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

5 Common Biodiesel Myths Debunked >

Because alternative fuels haven’t quite achieved the universal, everyday popularity of petroleum fuels, there tends to be a lot of talk about the drawbacks of alternative fuel sources, including biodiesel. Much of this talk is simply myth. At SeQuential, we want to demystify a few of the most common misperceptions , so you can see just how great biodiesel really is.


October 26th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Trends in the Biofuel Industry >

The rise of biofuels as a viable alternative to petroleum-based gas has led to the creation of an entire industry. While this industry has now been prominent for many years, it continues to evolve as biofuel research progresses and new sources of energy are sought. Discover a few of the most notable trends that have already or will soon gain traction in the world of biofuels, and reach out to SeQuential today to learn more about our biofuels.


September 30th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Adding Biodiesel to Your Station? Here’s What You’ll Need >

Since the turn of the century, biodiesel consumption in the United States has grown from virtually nothing to more than 2 billion gallons per year. In fact, between 2010 and 2016 alone, yearly consumption numbers grew by more than 600 million – a sure sign that the desire for alternative energy sources is alive and well. Seeking to join in on the industry’s rapid growth? Adding biodiesel to your gas station might be the perfect move. Here, SeQuential has compiled a checklist to help you make the change seamlessly.

  1. Start by choosing your biodiesel provider. Look for a company with a history of ethical practices, a dedication to premier customer service and plenty of industry experience. If you’re located in the Pacific Northwest, choose SeQuential – we currently serve biodiesel stations throughout Oregon and Washington, and we’re always looking to add another station to our ever-growing list.
  2. Work with your provider to get the right equipment. The best biodiesel providers go above and beyond merely providing your station with fuel. They’ll also ensure that their partner biodiesel stations are outfitted with equipment that benefits both parties. Here at SeQuential, we’ll even work with you to develop a pump branding package that effortlessly complements your biofuel station.
  3. Get the training you and your employees need. Handling biodiesel isn’t the same as dealing with petroleum-based fuels. It requires special care and unique equipment. Fortunately, reputable biodiesel producers, including SeQuential, will deliver in-depth, onsite training to help ensure that your gas station is staffed by experts who know the ins and outs of your biodiesel gear.
  4. Spread the word. Once you’ve outfitted your gas station with biodiesel pumps, it’s important to let the world know that you’ve joined the fight for a brighter future educating your customers on the benefits of biodiesel as a petroleum alternative. SeQuential can provide you with helpful informational materials that illustrate the benefits of our clean-burning biodiesel to help keep your customers coming back for more.

Get Started with SeQuential

SeQuential strives to make your first venture into the world of biodiesel sales simple and satisfying. Learn more about how to become a SeQuential biodiesel retailer, or contact us by phone at 800-447-3794 to discuss the unique needs of your business.

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Preparing Your Pacific Northwest Fuel Station for Biodiesel >

If you’re in the fuel business, then you’re probably well aware of the trending increase in biodiesel use across the country. The U.S. alone now accounts for more than 2 billion gallons of biodiesel consumption in a given year. This brings up an important point – is it time for your fuel station to join the biodiesel revolution?


August 21st, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Comparing Engine Wear: Petroleum and Biodiesel >

By now, it’s no secret that biodiesel offers a wide variety of benefits that elevate this alternative fuel source above and beyond many of its competitors. It’s simple to use with virtually every modern diesel engine, it burns cleaner than petroleum diesel and it’s easy to source from sustainable processes. But how does biodiesel perform when it’s actually in a vehicle’s engine? Discover how biodiesel stacks up against petroleum diesel when it comes to engine wear.


August 14th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

How Biodiesel Stacks Up Against Other Alternative Fuels >

The environmental revolution has created a global push for cleaner, more sustainable sources of energy. This means that while biodiesel has certainly gained a great deal of popularity, there are a variety of alternative fuel types. Wondering how biodiesel stacks up against the other major alternative fuels available on the market? We’ll compare a few of the most common.


August 7th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Understanding EPA Biofuel Standards >

Over the past several decades, widespread public interest in the development of more environmentally friendly energy practices has stimulated a variety of green innovations. Eventually, the government joined in on the process, authorizing the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program in 2005. The RFS program was developed to help expand the nation’s access to renewable fuels while diminishing our production of greenhouse gases.


July 7th, 2018 |  Biodiesel and Blog

Looking for Vehicles that Run on Biodiesel? >

Almost all vehicles that run on diesel are capable of running on biodiesel without having to perform engine modifications. If you’re looking to use cleaner fuel in your next ride, check out some of these biodiesel compatible vehicles that are currently available in the U.S.