Monthly Archives: June 2005

A Very Different Picture

Pedro was an intern from Guatemala. He’s back at home now, and just sent us this wonderful electronic post card about his journey.

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That Pesky Dollar

Uncle Sam has decided to come to the aid of biodiesel, and anyone who figures out a way to blend up some B99 can get a dollar per gallon off.

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Trail of Glass

Each Sunday morning I load up with some food, and walk over to the refinery for a potluck lunch and Sunday tours.

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Durham Ribbon Cutting

Over twenty people gathered in the blistering sun in a Durham parking lot last night to cut the ribbon on the new 500 gallon biodiesel tank that is now available there.

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Tires

We had a soccer match at the Plant last night. Tons of children running wild. And an overwhelming number of mosquitoes. That’s unusual for these parts.

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Perspectives

We spent last night with Eric Henry from T.S. Designs. He jumped in on the “Fuel Attendants to the Stars” gig we did at Five County Stadium.

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Piedmont Biofuels Fuels Willie Nelson Tour With Biodiesel

Piedmont Biofuels tank truck traveled to Zebulon’s Five County Stadium yesterday to provide biodiesel to six tour buses.

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Imblogable

As is often the case, we are traveling way to fast to keep track of where we are, let alone offer an historical account.

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Last Run to Charlotte

Yesterday Rachel and I drove to Charlotte to pick up 1600 gallons of fuel from World Energy. It should be the last time our little tank truck makes such a run, and I was lucky to go along.

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Project Management

I have to say that I love having Matt around. He’s a little older, and a little wiser than most of us on this project, and his wisdom is refreshing.

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