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Supreme Court Expected to Rule on Small Refinery Exemptions

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Discover How Geoframing Can Help Find New Hires with NATSO Allied Member MK& Associates LLC

I recently sat down with Marjorie Kass, president and founder of MK& Associates LLC, to learn more about the services her company offers and how geoframing can be used to attract new applicants More

House Transportation Committee Unveils Surface Transportation Reauthorization

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on June 4 unveiled its five-year, $547 billion surface transportation reauthorization bill, titled the INVEST in America Act. As expected, the measure leans heavily on the INVEST in America Act introduced in 2020 that ultimately was incorporated into the broader Moving Forward Act.  At a high level, the INVEST in America Act provides $343 billion for roads, bridges and safety, including $4 billion for electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The bill allocates $109 billion for transit and $95 billion for passenger and freight rail. More

Everyone is Welcome at Florida 595 Truck Stop [Podcast]

Everyone is Welcome at Florida 595 Truck Stop [Podcast]

Norka Rodriguez, CEO of Florida 595 Truck Stop, joined the podcast to share the truckstop's great ideas including the friendly culture, the retention pond and much more. More

Senate Finance Committee Considers Clean Energy for America Act Today

The Senate Finance Committee will meet today to consider an ambitious clean energy tax overhaul proposal that could be incorporated into a broader infrastructure bill should one materialize. The bill, if enacted, would consolidate 40 energy tax incentive provisions into three groups of emissions-based, technology neutral provisions, and eliminate a number of fossil-fuel related provisions, among other things. More

Senate EPW Approves Surface Transportation Reauthorization

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) unanimously approved $303.5 billion five-year surface transportation bill, in which NATSO has been closely engaged with lawmakers and staff and which would increase infrastructure funding by about 34 percent over the FAST Act . The committee also adopted a manager’s package of amendments to the underlying bill. That list of amendments has not yet been released, though about 90 had been filed as of Wednesday morning. EPW’s “Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021” does not include any language expanding tolling or scaling back the prohibition on commercial activities at Interstate rest areas. STRA includes $500 million per year for five years for electric vehicle charging an d other alternative fuel infrastructure, including hydrogen, natural gas and propane. More

Representatives Axne, Kelly Introduce Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension Act of 2021

U.S. Representatives Cindy Axne (D-Iowa) and Mike Kelly (R-PA.) today introduced legislation that would extend the $1.00 per gallon biodiesel blenders’ tax credit for three additional years through 2025. Companion legislation to extend the biodiesel tax credit also was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sens. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA). More

Understanding the Renewable Fuels Standard

Understanding the Renewable Fuels Standard

In this video, NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council reviewed the RFS's critical elements with a primary focus on biodiesel. More

White's Travel Center Hosting COVID Vaccine Clinic

White's Travel Center Hosting COVID Vaccine Clinic

White's Travel Center of Raphine, Virginia, is scheduled to host mobile vaccine clinics May 25-27 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.  More

Senate EPW Unveils Surface Transportation Reauthorization Plan

Senate EPW Unveils Surface Transportation Reauthorization Plan

The Senate Environment and Public Works Committee unveiled a five-year, $303.5 billion Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act of 2021 plan on May 22, after President Biden reduced the size of his $1.7 trillion infrastructure and jobs plan by about a quarter in a bid to advance negotiations with Republicans. STRA marks a 34 percent increase over current funding levels, with 90 percent of funds allocated to states through formula funding. More

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