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EPA Overturns Small Refinery Exemptions

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) overturned 31 small refinery exemptions SREs that were granted by the Trump Administration in August 2019. The effect of those 31 exemptions was to reduce the 2018 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) requirements by 1.43 billion gallons while increasing the supply of Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs), causing the prices for credits to drop significantly. More

Meet New NATSO Board Member Raina Shoemaker, Shoemaker’s Travel Centers Co-Owner [Podcast]

Meet New NATSO Board Member Raina Shoemaker, Shoemaker’s Travel Centers Co-Owner [Podcast]

Raina Shoemaker, co-owner and operator of Shoemaker’s Travel Centers in Lincoln, NE shared about new technology they've deployed, company culture ideas and permanent pandemic changes. More

NATSO Urges FHWA to Enforce Commercialization Ban

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NATSO Provides House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee Information on Gas Prices

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President Talks About His Trucking Action Plan at White House Event

President Talks About His Trucking Action Plan at White House Event

NATSO president & CEO Lisa Mullings joined trucking industry executives and professional drivers at the event on the South Lawn of the White House, where three trucks served as a backdrop for Biden, as well as Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg and a professional driver who also spoke at the event. More

Sales of Light-Duty Electric Vehicles and Hybrids Increase

In the fourth quarter of 2021, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles collectively accounted for 11 percent of light-duty vehicle sales in the United States, according to data from Wards Intelligence. More

Understanding Level 1, Level 2 and DC Fast-Charging Equipment

Understanding Level 1, Level 2 and DC Fast-Charging Equipment

There are three types of chargers: Level 1, Level 2 and DC Fast Charging. More

Interest in Alternative Fuels Among Trucking Fleets Continues to Increase

Interest in Alternative Fuels Among Trucking Fleets Continues to Increase

Interest in alternative fuels among the public and fleets has continued to increase. More

NATSO Analysis: SEC Climate Disclosure Rule Members Only Join or Login

The SEC recently released its long-awaited proposed rule requiring public companies to disclose the risks from climate change that are reasonably likely to have material impacts on their businesses or financial condition.  While the 510-page proposal acknowledged that many companies already provide some of this information, the SEC expressed concern that existing disclosures are uneven and inadequate and that greater consistency, comparability, and reliability is needed. NATSO members may log in for an analysis of the proposed rule and its implications.  More

White House Unveils 2023 Federal Budget

The White House on March 28, 2022, released its 2023 budget proposal. This document represents the Administration's aspirational but not always attainable policy positions. Nevertheless, the proposed budgets always offer a useful window into an Administration's thinking.  More

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