JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Clean Fuels Alliance America proudly announces that Scott Fenwick, Technical Director, has been awarded the prestigious Sydney D. Andrews Scroll of Achievement by ASTM International in recognition of his contributions to the committee responsible for the standards on petroleum products, liquid fuels and lubricants (D02).
ASTM, the globally recognized leader responsible for standardizations used around the world, presents the Scroll of Achievement to individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to the development and delivery of standards within their respective committees. This esteemed accolade underscores Fenwick’s long career in advancing the clean fuels industry, especially through his work with D6751, the ASTM specification for biodiesel.
Since 1998, Fenwick has served on various subcommittees within D02 leading numerous working group activities and interlaboratory studies, and receiving multiple awards in Excellence, Appreciation and Society Service. In 2018, Fenwick was appointed chairman of the D02 Committee, serving over 2,500 members who oversee more than 800 standards relating to petroleum products and lubricants.
During Fenwick’s tenure as chair of the D02 Committee, D6751 was recognized as one of the top eight most influential standards ever produced by ASTM thanks to rigorous cooperative research efforts and its positive results. The most recent approval included the addition of a new low-metals (LM) grade of biodiesel, leading to higher blend-use approvals from original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
“Scott’s passion for advancing clean fuels and his dedication to driving standards within the D02 Committee have been instrumental in shaping the future of our industry,” said Donnell Rehagen, CEO of Clean Fuels. “This Scroll of Achievement award demonstrates the influence he has had on the biodiesel community.”
Fenwick expressed gratitude for the recognition, stating the award reflects the collective efforts of the entire D02 Committee and the commitment of Clean Fuels to fostering excellence in biomass-based diesel standards.
Alyson Fick, ASTM Standards Development Manager said Fenwick’s leadership and vision align seamlessly with the organization’s mission to improve product quality and build consumer confidence. “This award serves as a testament to Scott’s impact on the liquid fuels industry, and we anticipate ongoing benefits from his years of dedication to ASTM,” she said.
In addition to his role with ASTM, Fenwick also serves as a member of the International Organization for Standardization and the Canadian General Standards Board.
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