David Durling brings almost 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry to Growth Energy. During his career, he has been fortunate to work at many nationally recognized companies such as Murphy USA, E-Z Mart/GPM Investments, and Sunoco. Durling’s experience has spanned multiple areas of the industry; including, logistics, pricing, supply, operations, loss prevention, and marketing. In the early part of his career, he was part of the team that converted more than 1,000 of the chain’s locations to an ethanol-blended product. Durling lives in the Dallas, Texas area with his wife and five children.

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We’ll say it again, RIN prices do not impact gas prices. Gas prices are directly tied to the price of oil. The easiest way to meet the goals of the RFS AND keep prices at the pump low is to blend more biofuels. https://t.co/N0RPwpNi01

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Last day of The Biofuels Academy! It’s been a great week of education and networking. Now to take it across the finish line. A big thanks to Zach Martin from @GrowthEnergy Who talked about what’s going on in Washington and how it effects our industry! #getbiofuels #LBDS #BFA2021 https://t.co/4IvDItodE4

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U.S. #SustainableAviationFuel tax credits should reflect U.S. based modeling. Period. brownfieldagnews.com/news/biofuels-… @brownfield

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"If we moved to a 15% ethanol blend nationally, greenhouse gas emission would be reduced by 17 million tons each year, the equivalent of taking nearly 4 million cars off the road each year." Read the full interview with Chris Bliley from @GrowthEnergy: https://t.co/vVgTqW7Rcr https://t.co/KOpktbWspM

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