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How a 150-year-old energy company in New Hampshire is helping businesses invest in a more sustainable future

June 24, 2021
As interest in the use of more sustainable energy grows, one local company is positioned well to help other local businesses reduce their carbon footprint. With early roots tied to coal, Sprague, an energy company based in Portsmouth, N.H., has been helping customers evolve th ... Read More

Biofine and Sprague work together to market next generation of biofuels

October 20, 2020
PORTLAND, ME – October 20, 2020 -  Biofine Developments Northeast Inc. (Biofine) and Sprague Resources LP (Sprague) (NYSE: SRLP) are pleased to announce a transaction focused on bringing the next generation of advanced biofuel, ethyl levulinate (EL), to the market.  Biofine and S ... Read More

Sprague Receives International Sustainable Impact Award

April 28, 2020
Annual Global Tank Storage Award granted to Sprague for innovative application of thin-film solar panels Portsmouth, NH — March 11, 2020– Sprague Operating Resources LLC was presented with the Sustainable Impact Award for their work on thin film solar panels applied to an ... Read More

150-year-old energy company promotes industry-first solar panels for use on petroleum tanks

February 11, 2019
Thin-film solar application helps oil industry embrace green energy and meet sustainability goals Portsmouth, NH (February 11, 2019) – The energy industry is evolving quickly, and the desire to improve sustainability is greater than ever. Today, Sprague Resources LP (NYSE: ... Read More

Sprague Leads the Charge in NYC Renewable Diesel Supply

November 13, 2018
Nearly one million gallons of alternative diesel fuel consumed during trial period New York, N.Y. (November 13, 2018) – It’s no secret that the energy industry has gone through significant changes over the last 150 years, from wood and coal to natural gas and petroleum. To ... Read More