Free e15 Workshops

Fill up on E15 Knowledge

Register now for our next E15 workshop! February 20 at Hyatt Place, 600 Q St., in Lincoln in Meeting Place I & II

The Nebraska Ethanol Board invites fuel retailers from across the state to learn more about the benefits and ease of offering E15 to your customers. This workshop will provide attendees with a myriad of takeaways and dispel misconceptions about the cost of offering E15. There is no cost to attend the workshop. Beverages and snacks will be provided. Convenient parking available in attached garage.

E15 DRIVES CUSTOMERS TO THE PUMPS

9 out of every 10 cars in America can motor safely with E15, which has a lower price and higher octane rating than Unleaded and even E10!

Today there are nearly 1,800 retail locations in 31 states selling E15. And, since the EPA recently approved the sale of E15 year-round the number of retail locations selling E15 is growing quickly and fuel retailers are seeing new customers and improved profits.

Thank you to our sponsors!

Sponsorship inquiries: Roger Berry | 402-430-2483 | Email


Previous E15 workshop presentations:

Keynote Why E15?: Sara Brenden, Growth Energy

Steps to Take Before Adding Blends E15 and Higher: Mike Joy, Nebraska State Fire Marshal

Proper Labeling of Fuel Dispensers: Mike Johnson, Nebraska Weights and Measures

Who can I talk to about equipment?: Jake Scott and Jeremy Stanley, Stanley Petroleum

An E15 Retailer’s Testimony: Walt Aschoff, multi mini mart owner

Direct Retail of Higher Blends: Seth Harder, Husker Ag

Financial Resources: Jeff Wilkerson, Nebraska Corn Board

Keynote Adding Ethanol, Adding Profits: Ron Lamberty, American Coalition for Ethanol

Steps to Take Before Adding Blends E15 and Higher: Mike Joy, Nebraska State Fire Marshal

Historical Review of Ethanol: Randy Throop, Nebraska State Fire Marshal

Proper Labeling of Fuel Dispensers: Mike Johnson, Nebraska Weights and Measures

A Retailer’s Testimony: Randy Gard, Bosselman Enterprises

A Retailer’s Testimony: Phil Smith, Aurora Cooperative

Financial Resources for Expanding Infrastructure: Jeff Wilkerson, Nebraska Corn Board, & Katie Zulkoski, Zulkoski Weber

The Advancement of Ethanol in Nebraska