Iowa Adds 12 New E15 Stations So Far in 2018

Contact: Cassidy Walter

E15 now available at 158 stations across the state

JOHNSTON, IOWA – Since the end of 2017 Iowa has added a dozen new E15 stations. Drivers can now buy the fuel at 158 fueling stations statewide.

Iowa-based Casey’s General Store added the most new stations, including locations in Sioux Center, Akron, Cedar Rapids, and Lone Tree. Kum & Go, Kwik Star, and Key Cooperative each added two new stations at various locations across the state. The last two were added by Sparky’s One Stop in Jefferson and KCK Food & Fuel in Schleswig.

“This time a year ago, Iowa didn’t even have 100 E15 stations,” said Iowa Renewable Fuels Association Managing Director Lucy Norton. “It is remarkable to watch this cleaner, higher-performing fuel gain momentum and support among drivers and retailers. Americans have already driven over three billion trouble-free miles on E15.”

E15 is a fuel made of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent petroleum. It has an 88-octane rating, improves engine performance, and reduces cancer-causing chemical emissions and greenhouse gas emissions. E15 is approved for all 2001 and newer vehicles.

Iowa’s newest E15 stations include:

Casey’s General Store

302 N Devoe Street

Lone Tree

Casey’s General Store

3625 Edgewood Road SW

Cedar Rapids


Casey’s General Store

8 7th Street NE

Sioux Center


Casey’s General Store

80 South Street


Kwik Star

727 SE 14th Street

Des Moines

Kwik Star

2050 E 53rd Street


Kum & Go

416 Cedar Street


Kum & Go

2177 M Ave


Key Cooperative

633 Market Ave

Story City

Key Cooperative

22703 600th Ave


Sparky’s One Stop

606 East Highway 30


KCK’s Food & Fuel

US 59 & CR-E16


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The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association represents the state’s liquid renewable fuels industry and works to foster its growth. Iowa is the nation’s leader in renewable fuels production with 43 ethanol refineries capable of producing nearly 4.4 billion gallons annually – including approximately 55 million gallons of annual cellulosic ethanol production capacity – and 12 biodiesel facilities with the capacity to produce 400 million gallons annually. For more information, visit the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association website at: