Beyond the Road: New and Expanding Markets

Jan 19 — 11:15 AM-12:30 PM PST

Biodiesel is turning the heads of off-road market leaders. After 20 years of biodiesel in the game, the railroad and marine markets are now laying their cards on the table in favor of biodiesel. Plus, Bioheat® fuel continues to reshape the 21st century heating oil market, holding the promise of over 1 billion gallons of biodiesel demand.  We’ll look at what’s driving this opportunity, from increasing regulatory pressure, to consumer demand, to Environmental, Social and Governance standards. These markets are clamoring to decarbonize. We’ll hear from representatives from each market to explain why they now want to go all-in on biodiesel – even beyond B20!


Charlie Uglietto

President and Owner
Cubby Oil & Energy

Charles J. Uglietto is President and Owner of Cubby Oil & Energy, a Multigenerational Renewable Fuel and HVAC provider serving commercial and residential customers in Greater Boston since 1945. He has served as chair of Renewable Liquid Heating Fuel Taskforce for the National Energy and Fuels Institute since 2019. He’s also an executive committee member for the Massachusetts Energy Marketers Association, the National Oil Heat Research Alliance and NEFI. He has a BA from Harvard University.

Josh Raglin

Chief Sustainability Officer
Norfolk Southern

Josh champions initiatives that integrate sustainability practices into daily operations to achieve efficiencies, control costs, generate revenue, and reduce environmental impacts. These efforts include close collaboration with department leaders company-wide, along with external stakeholders such as customers, investors, government, and communities.  Josh has a Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State University in Wildlife and Fisheries Ecology.

Alan Levy

Seacor Holdings


Scott Fenwick

Technical Director
National Biodiesel Board

Scott Fenwick serves as the Technical Director for the National Biodiesel Board, working in the Jefferson City, MO headquarters. Scott leads the advancement of core member services for technical and quality assurance support issues. Scott provides key support for technical aspects needed by biodiesel stakeholders including both producer members, obligated parties and fuel users to effectively position the biodiesel industry. Additionally, he educates key decision makers to help build industry credibility. In addition to coordinating the OEM and fuel quality programs under the NBB, Scott has also been elected to chair the ASTM D02 Committee covering all Petroleum Products, Liquid Fuels and Lubricants. He also coordinates other international biodiesel and fuel activities for other standards development organizations. After serving as Chairman of the BQ-9000 Commission, Scott now assists as the NBB liaison to the National Biodiesel Accreditation Commission.

Prior to joining the National Biodiesel Board, Scott had been involved with the fuel inspection industry for nearly 25 years and managed several fuel testing laboratories. After attending Purdue University, he also worked for Archer Daniels Midland Company organizing their Biofuels Technical Services.

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