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Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:41 AM CST

OAKHURST, N.J. (DTN) -- Biodiesel producer and marketer Renewable Energy Group, Inc. on Tuesday, Nov. 26, announced it has entered an agreement with Dutch Hill Terminals to market biodiesel and biodiesel blended heating oil at its Clifton, N.J., location.

REG said biodiesel-blended heating oil is now available at the Clifton terminal and that the company would also offer biodiesel blends for transportation fuel during seasonal periods from the facility.

REG has five other terminal locations in the Northeast, including Whippany and Bayonne, N.J., and New York locations in New Hyde Park, Port Chester, Ontario and Brookhaven.

"This terminal position will ...

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