Topics: Fuel & Trucking

Hurricane Update: Outer Bands Reach Florida, East Coast Disaster Preparations Under Way

Hurricane Update: Outer Bands Reach Florida, East Coast Disaster Preparations Under Way

Hurricane Dorian continues to move north, with its outer bands hitting the Coast of Florida. The city of Charleston, S.C., is the latest to be ordered to evacuate. More

Parking Drivers in the ELD Era at Your Truckstop

Parking Drivers in the ELD Era at Your Truckstop Members Only Join or Login

NATSO’s members operate in a complex environment where seemingly unrelated regulatory adjustments can have profound effects on their businesses. Truck parking is one such area. Specifically, the electronic logging device mandate that went into effect in December 2017 has created a number of unintended and undesirable truck parking scenarios that truckstops, travel plazas and drivers continue to navigate. More

NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council to Address Pacific Fuel and Convenience Summit

NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council to Address Pacific Fuel and Convenience Summit

Jeff Hove, NATSO Alternative Fuel Council's vice president, is joining a panel of industry leaders to share our thoughts on what the federal government plans for fuel during the Pacific Fuel and Convenience Summit in San Diego, California. More

NATSO Analysis: Federal Court Sides with Fuel Retailers, Informative for Current RFS Debates

On August 30, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in a lawsuit brought by the merchant refining community that sought to require EPA to change the so-called "point of obligation" under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The court's opinion in the case, which was first filed more than two-and-a-half years ago, is noteworthy for its implications on current policy debates over the future of the RFS. More

The Future of Electric Vehicle Charging

The Future of Electric Vehicle Charging Members Only Join or Login

Automotive and equipment manufacturers continue to develop electric vehicles, and widespread adoption of EVs is dependent on a comprehensive charging network that enables drivers to charge as needed. The private sector is eager to meet the charging needs of the traveling public as the pace of change in the transportation industry increases. More

Make an Informed Fuel Buying Decisions with NATSO Webinar

Make an Informed Fuel Buying Decisions with NATSO Webinar

On Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 12:00 p.m. eastern, NATSO is presenting a webinar on fuel buying basics. More

Mainstream Electrification of Vehicles is Coming: What Should Travel Centers Do?

Mainstream Electrification of Vehicles is Coming: What Should Travel Centers Do?

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FMCSA Issues Proposed Rule to Revamp Hours-of-Service Regulations

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EPA Grants 31 2018 Small Refinery Waivers

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Aug. 9 said it granted 31 small refinery waivers in 2018 that exempt refiners from their obligations to acquire Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) under the Renewable Fuel Standard.  More

Biofuels Groups Ask Court to Restart RFS Waiver Case

Biofuel producers and corn growers on July 31 asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to lift a stay on a petition filed in 2018 challenging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for issuing small refinery waivers that exempt refiners from their obligations to acquire Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs) under the Renewable Fuel Standard. More