Ron Willis, Jackson Oil’s General Manager, was put to the test when several employees signed a petition to challenge him to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! Ron decided to take the plunge. Watch the video to find out who he challenged next: For more information about ALS or to donate, visit www.alsa.org

Ethanol produced in the United States has been the most economically competitive motor fuel in the world over the past four years, an analysis released by the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) said today. The study, conducted by ABF Economics Agriculture and BioFuels Consulting, examined wholesale prices paid for ethanol, gasoline and alternative octane sources in several U.S. and world markets from 2010 to 2013. “After increasing nearly seven-fold between 2000 and 2009, total ethanol production has been relatively stable over the past four years, averaging 13.4 billion gal annually,” it said. “Moreover, the ethanol industry is producing sufficient quantity to reliably supply the U.S. gasoline market with a 10% ethanol blend (E10) and is poised to meet demand for an E15 blend for approved motor vehicles. “Reflecting this enhanced competitiveness and maturation,” it added, “ethanol prices (both FOB plant and delivered at key U.S. markets) have declined, while crude oil […]

The Midwest TQ Racing League (MTQRL) was the first to run “Jackson Oil’s Duel for Fuel” which has become a legend.   Here are the three winners so far this year:                 Shelbyville – Tate Martz                     Rushville – Brett Hankins                   Columbus – Logan Arnold   The winner of the “Jackson Oil Duel for Fuel” heat race receives a Jackson Oil hat, Race Jug, and credit for fuel!   Remaining schedule as it stands now is: Aug. 8 – Gas City I-69 Speedway, Gas City, Ind. Aug. 9 – Montpelier Motor Speedway, Montpelier, Ind. Aug. 16 – Montpelier Motor Speedway, Montpelier, Ind. Aug. 23 – Lincoln Park Speedway, Putnamville, Ind. Sept. 13 – Montpelier Motor Speedway, Montpelier, Ind. TBA – Shelby County Fairgrounds, Shelbyville, Ind. […]