Entertainer Willie Nelson answers questions during a news conference Monday, April 3, 2006 in Dallas. Motiva Enterprises LLC's anounced Monday that it has partnered with Nelson to develop the BioWillie brand of the clean-burning fuel for truckers. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)
A fuel storage tank containing BioWillie diesel fuel sits at a fuel terminal in Dallas, Monday, April 3, 2006. The BioWillie fuel will be blended with petrodiesel for local distribution. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)
Entertainer Willie Nelson, left, and actor Morgan Freeman cut a ribbon at a fuel terminal marking the availability of BioWillie deisel fuel for Dallas/Fort Worth customers Monday, April 3, 2006, in Dallas. (AP Photo/Tim Sharp)
Sep 20, 2006; Dallas, TX, USA; Willie Nelson Biodiesel is the name of an American company started by popular songwriter Willie Nelson. The company produces a biodiesel fuel called BioWillie made of so
Sep 20, 2006; Dallas, TX, USA; Willie Nelson Biodiesel is the name of an American company started by popular songwriter Willie Nelson. The company produces a biodiesel fuel called BioWillie made of soybean and other vegetable oils that can be used in modern diesel engines instead of regular fuel without vehicle modifications. This contributes to renewable fuel production in America
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