Better For
Agriculture
Better For
Agriculture

Biodiesel is a domestic product that increases the price of soybeans by more than 70 cents a bushel. So not only does it provide independence from foreign petroleum, it’s a big economic driver for ag producers throughout the country.

Better For
Equipment
Better For
Equipment

Biodiesel has higher lubricity, which means less engine wear and higher component life without reduced performance. With biodiesel, there’s no difference in fuel consumption, horsepower, or torque when compared to conventional diesel fuel

Better For The
Environment
Better For The
Environment

Cleaner-burning, nontoxic, and renewable, biodiesel is a sustainable fuel source that reduces greenhouse gas emissions by more than 75 percent when compared to petroleum diesel. To put it into perspective, imagine removing nearly a million passenger vehicles from America’s roadways.

Ask For It. Use It.

Biodiesel is a clean-burning renewable fuel made using natural vegetable oils and fats. It does not require costly modifications a diesel engine and is superior to pre-2006 diesel. Blends up to B100 are today’s solution for heavy-duty trucking, emergency vehicles, bus fleets, farm equipment and other diesel engines as the world works towards a decarbonized future.

Find a location for Biodiesel

Find a location for Biodiesel

Made from plant-based oils, used cooking oils, and animal fats
Clean-burning
Can be used in any diesel engine without modification
Commercially available nationwide
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On-FarmBiodiesel Credit Program

Don’t miss out on the opportunity for fuel credits if you fill up with On-Farm Biodiesel. The Nebraska Soybean Board is offering 25 cents per gallon for B2 and 50 cents per gallon for B5 and above, up to $500. All you have to do is submit an application and your fuel receipts. Applications can be filled out online or printed and mailed.

Economic Benefits Of Nebraska Biodiesel

Economic Indicators

Full-time equivalent jobs supported by biodiesel.
5,885K
Household income in Nebraska supported by biodiesel.
$253.9M
Daily soybean bushel crushing capacity in Nebraska after new plants come online.
400,000K
Economic activity supported by biodiesel.
$833.2M

Economic Drivers

Nebraska harvested 350.9 million bushels of soybeans in 2021, worth over $4.4 billion dollars.

Biodiesel adds over 70 cents per bushel to the value of soybeans.

Nebraska used an average of 24.5 million gallons of biodiesel each year from 2013-2020.

Fleet by the Numbers

Nebraska is home to 150,847 diesel vehicles.

That’s over 7% of the country’s on-road diesel fleet.

Nebraska truck drivers used 23.4 million gallons of diesel fuel in 2020.

That’s 2.5% of the country’s on-road diesel use.