Salem, OR – March 13, 2015 – Governor Kate Brown announced yesterday that she has signed SB 324, which removes the sunset on the Oregon Clean Fuels Program. As Oregon’s largest and longest-running biodiesel producer, employing more than 30 Oregonians, SeQuential applauds the governor’s action.
“We’re thankful that the Governor has acted swiftly in signing this bill into law,” said Gavin Carpenter, Director of Policy and Business Development for SeQuential. “We believe the Clean Fuels Program will have a significant positive impact on the market for clean fuels in Oregon, and have already begun preparing for a resulting increase in demand for our biodiesel.”
SeQuential will release further details on its preparations for growing demand for clean fuels next week.
As the longest-running commercial biodiesel producer in the Pacific Northwest, SeQuential is deeply committed to improving the environment and invigorating the local economy by providing a clean-burning, renewable fuel that is sustainably produced from regionally sourced feedstocks. SeQuential makes its biodiesel from recycled cooking oil collected from thousands of restaurants and businesses throughout the region. Every drop of oil the company collects is turned into biodiesel that is then distributed back into the local community. More information on SeQuential is available at www.choosesq.com.