Topics: Fuel & Trucking

NATSO’s Jeff Hove Discusses Biofuels on Convenience Matters

NATSO’s Jeff Hove Discusses Biofuels on Convenience Matters

Jeff Hove, vice president of NATSO’s Alternative Fuels Council, recently shared his industry insight on the alternative fuels market on the podcast Convenience Matters. More

How Can My Travel Center Take Advantage of the Biodiesel Tax Credit?

How Can My Travel Center Take Advantage of the Biodiesel Tax Credit?

In late December, President Trump signed legislation that retroactively renewed the $1-per-gallon biodiesel tax credit and extended it through 2022. It marked an enormous victory for not only the travel center industry, but also for the environment and America's truck drivers and consumers. Importantly, it allows diesel retailers to receive significant profits from blending bio into their diesel. Let’s take a look at what this means from an individual truckstop or travel plaza owner operator’s perspective. More

NATSO Applauds President and Congress for Renewing the Biodiesel Blenders Tax Credit

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Final Spending Package Heads to President, Includes Biodiesel Tax Credit

The Senate on Dec. 19 passed the $1.4 trillion domestic spending bill that included a provision to retroactively renew the $1 per-gallon biodiesel tax credit and extend it through 2022.  More

NATSO Analysis; EPA Releases Final 2020 Renewable Fuel Mandates

The Final Rule also includes the Agency's plan for "reallocating" gallons of renewable fuel that are waived pursuant to the "Small Refinery Exemption" Program. More

House Votes in Favor of Spending Package, Includes Biodiesel Tax Credit

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NATSO CEO Urges Lawmakers to Renew Biodiesel Tax Credit

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NATSO, Fuel Retailers Urge Lawmakers to Incentivize Private Investment in Electric Vehicle Charging

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NATSO Urges EPA to ‘Reverse Course’ on Small Refinery Exemptions

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NATSO, Stakeholders Respond to Request for Climate Policy Recommendations

Policies to address emissions and climate change should create market-driven incentives that will lead to sustainable progress in the immediate future as well as in the long-term, NATSO said Nov. 22 in response to a Request for Information from the House Select Committee on Climate Crisis. More

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