September 14: Iowa Wholesale E85 Price Listing Service

Contact: Cassidy Walter

JOHNSTON, IOWA – The Iowa Renewable Fuels Association’s (IRFA) E85 Wholesale Price Listing Program is available here. In Iowa, E85 is a fuel blend containing between 70 and 85 percent ethanol, depending on the season.

E85 Wholesale Prices

September 13, 2021 Prices. Posted September 14, 2021.

Supplier Name Location Contact Info. Price* Ethanol Content Source
Absolute Energy St. Ansgar, Iowa Don Burns

Absolute Energy

(641) 326-2220

$1.58 83% DTN
Cenex Des Moines Terminal   $1.61 70% OPIS
Flint Hills Resources Des Moines Terminal   $1.66 70% OPIS
Growmark Des Moines Terminal   $1.55 70% OPIS
HollyFrontier Des Moines Terminal   $1.46 70% OPIS
HTP Energy Des Moines Terminal   $1.62 70% OPIS
Little Sioux Corn Processors Marcus, Iowa Brian Engstrom



$1.30 83% DTN
RPMG Des Moines Terminal Brian Engstrom



$1.79 83% DTN
RPMG Mason City Terminal Brian Engstrom



$1.77 83% DTN
The Andersons-Denison Denison, Iowa John DiMartini

The Andersons


$1.51 83% DTN
Valero Corp. Des Moines Terminal $1.68 70% OPIS

*Prices rounded to nearest penny.

Comparative Price Information

Rack Average Clear Regular Gasoline Des Moines Terminal $2.31 0% OPIS
Rack Average E10 Des Moines Terminal $2.14 10% OPIS

The IRFA publishes Monday’s wholesale E85 prices every Tuesday. E85 suppliers wishing to have their price posted should contact Cassidy Walter with the IRFA at 515-252-6249 or To be eligible for listing, the supplier’s price must: be publicly posted elsewhere; be available to any retailer or supplier; not be restricted by gallonage caps. E85 is defined in state law as a blend of between 70 and 85 percent ethanol with gasoline.

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 42 ethanol refineries capable of producing 4.5 billion gallons annually – including 34 million gallons of annual cellulosic ethanol production capacity – and 11 biodiesel facilities with the capacity to produce 410 million gallons annually. For more information, visit the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association website at: