Cenex® Products You Can Depend On
We’re proud to offer a range of Cenex® products and services to meet the needs of our community. Safely providing the energy you need, where and when you need it, is our top priority. Our experienced energy team is always ready to help keep you up and running. We look forward to helping you maximize your efficiency and plan for your upcoming needs.
Our local experts specialize in competitive pricing options, 24 hour emergency service, dependable-on time deliveries, bulk lube and fuels, and tank installations for bulk products.
Call our Energy Division today! 1-800-658-5535
For eight decades, Cenex® energy products and services have come through for customers, both on the road and in the field. Whether it’s keeping tractors and fleets running smoothly, or dependably fueling cars and buses, or warming homes and providing propane for drying crops, the Cenex® brand is known for delivering high performance with a personal touch. Visit cenex.com today to learn more.
Services & Programs
Fuel and Oil Sampling
If your truck or tractor isn’t running correctly, we’ll come out and pull a sample from your equipment or storage tank and send it to the CHS technical lab for analysis.
I’s imperative that you don’t lose your equipment to down time, so use lube scans as a preventative action to catch issues in your equipment before they become major problems.
Purchase a tank at cost at no interest over three years, if you purchase fuel through CHS Midwest Cooperative.
Pay for your fuel after you use it.
Remote tank monitoring and scheduled delivery.
Learn more about our financing options. We offer full operating lines, fuel tanks, bulk oil storage systems, and fuel trailer financing.
SPCC Rules for Farmers
May 08, 2014
There have been a lot of questions about the SPCC Rule. Hopefully, this information will clear up any confusion.
Farms that store less than 1,320 gallons of diesel, gasoline, hydraulic oil, lube oil, crop oil or vegetable oil above ground or less than 42,000 gallons below ground do not need an SPCC plan.
What is a “farm” for purposes of the SPCC rule?
In the SPCC rule, EPA defines a farm as “a facility on a tract of land devoted to the production of crops or raising of animals, including fish, which produced and sold, or normally would have produced and sold, $1,000 or more of agricultural products during a year.”
What farms are subject to the SPCC rule?
The SPCC rule applies to owners or operators of farms that:
- Store, transfer, use, or consume oil or oil products, AND
- Could reasonably be expected to discharge oil to waters of the United States or adjoining shorelines. Farms that meet these criteria are subject to the SPCC rule if they meet at least one of the following capacity thresholds:
- Above ground oil storage capacity greater than 1,320 gallons, OR
- Completely buried oil storage capacity greater than 42,000 gallons.
The following are exempt from the SPCC rule:
- Completely buried storage tanks subject to all the technical requirements of the underground storage tank regulations
- Containers with a storage capacity less than 55 gallons of oil
- Waste water treatment facilities
- Permanently closed containers
- Motive power containers (e.g., automotive or truck fuel tanks)
For more information, contact Ed King.
Energy Department Manager
605-224-5935 or 605-280-5176