B20 Club Associate Members represent the production and marketing sectors of the biodiesel industry. These organizations are BQ-9000 certified, serve Illinois-based customers and are valuable resources for fleet owners and managers interested in fueling with B20.

Growmark FS is an agricultural supply company, offering sales of seed, crop protection materials, plant nutrients and more. They have incorporated biodiesel into their fleet vehicles, which helps support Illinois soybean growers.

Renewable Energy Group, Inc. is a leading North American advanced biofuels producer and developer of renewable chemicals. For more than a decade, REG has been a reliable supplier of advanced biofuels that meet or exceed ASTM quality specifications. REG currently operates five facilities in Illinois.

With over 50 years of experience, Incobrasa Industries is proud to be a leader in the production of top-quality oilseed products. With the addition of biodiesel in 2007 and BQ-9000 certification in 2009, Incobrasa continues to grow and provide a strong market for the local farming community. The company attributes its longevity in the marketplace and continued success to extensive experience, innovation and a commitment to excellence.

Supported by a dedicated rail car fleet and tank assets in Chicago, LA, Bakersfield, Tampa, Cincinnati & New Orleans, Targray Biofuels is one of the fastest growing suppliers of biodiesel in North America. Working closely with fuel retailers, distributors, blenders, terminal operators & truck stops, the company develops innovative, value-driven solutions that intelligently address the growing demand for biofuels in America.

Warner Petroleum Corporation provides marine fueling services in the Great Lakes region via terminal positions in Chicago and Detroit. Warner Petroleum Corporation runs its tugboats on biodiesel and utilizes a fuel flat to provide B20 blends to marine customers and tank trucks. Exploring biodiesel since its infancy, Warner Petroleum Corporation has been excited to see biodiesel demand grow in the Midwest, especially since there is so much produced in the Great Lakes region.