Topics: Fuel & Trucking

NATSO, Fuel Groups Urge HOS Waiver for Transportation of Fuel

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Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Electric vehicles may be the shiny new object, but speakers at the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in January confirmed that the diesel engine will continue dominating the market for a long time. John Eichberger, Executive Director of the Fuels Institute, illustrated this point with federal data: 77% of all distillate energy is used by the over-the-road freight market. A 14% increase in registered diesel vehicles is expected by 2035 — including more passenger models. Diesel vehicle miles traveled are projected to increase 23% by 2035. More

Changes in Drivers’ Lifestyle and Demographics Shape Truckstops' Offerings

Changes in Drivers’ Lifestyle and Demographics Shape Truckstops' Offerings

As the pool of drivers and the length-of-haul changes, truckstop and travel plazas have to make getting to know their customers a top priority. More

EPA to Announce Move on Small Refinery Waivers by March 9

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NATSO, ChargePoint Discuss National Highway Charging Collaborative With Transport Topics Radio

NATSO, ChargePoint Discuss National Highway Charging Collaborative With Transport Topics Radio

NATSO Vice President of Government Affairs David Fialkov and ChargePoint CEO Pasquale Romano sat down with Transport Topics Radio in Denver, Colorado, to discuss the new National Highway Charging Collaborative. More

NATSO Members Urge Missouri Lawmakers to Oppose Biodiesel Mandate

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Trump Administration to Pare Small Refinery Waivers

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Fuel Buying Basics for Travel Centers with NATSO [Podcast]

Fuel Buying Basics for Travel Centers with NATSO [Podcast]

NATSO's Don Quinn helps truckstop and travel center operators understand the fundamentals of fuel buying to make the right decisions that can improve their bottom line by thousands of dollars monthly. More

The Economy and Trucking Industry Remain Strong Despite Some Challenges

The Economy and Trucking Industry Remain Strong Despite Some Challenges

The U.S. economy is thriving, and although trucking will experience a slight slowdown from some of the record highs it has seen in recent years, it will continue to do well. More

Advances in Engine Technology Continue to Lower Emissions

Advances in Engine Technology Continue to Lower Emissions

Speaking at NATSO Connect in Denver, Colorado, John Farrell, laboratory program manager for vehicle technologies at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, told attendees that electric vehicle and fuel cell technology will reach the trucking industry, but there won’t be a lightening-fast change. More

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