Topics: Fuel & Trucking

NATSO Files Comments on EPA CAFE Standards

NATSO on Oct. 26 filed comments with the Environmental Protection Agency in response to the Agency's proposed changes to fuel economy requirements that were previously finalized by the Obama Administration. NATSO expressed support for the agency’s efforts to tie Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ) standards to today’s market realities while also providing the agency several ideas for how it could improve a new standard to better achieve its regulatory objectives. More

NATSO ANALYSIS: Trump Administration Pursuing Year-Round E15, RIN Transparency Measures Members Only Join or Login

Over the last two years, there has been an extraordinary amount of uncertainty and volatility in renewable fuels and Renewable Identification Number (RINs) markets. This largely has been due to the Trump Administration's desire to "thread the needle" and develop a policy solution that makes both the renewable fuels community and the refining industry happy. NATSO and the retail fuels community have generally been stuck in the middle. More

Better Manage Your RINs with the Alternative Fuel Council's RIN Management Service

NATSO and the Alternative Fuels Council have launched a new RIN Management Service designed to help fuel retailers more efficiently participate in the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program and manage their RINs. More

Hurricane Update: Waivers and Emergency Measures Continue

Evan as Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle Oct. 10, marking one of the strongest storms to hit that area in more than 100 years, state and the federal government continued to issued emergency declarations and implement emergency preparation plans. Kentucky and North Carolina marked the latest states to declare states of emergency and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) extended its regional emergency declaration covering the Carolinas and Virginia. More

UST Compliance Deadline Oct. 13

NATSO members are advised that Oct. 13, 2018, is the deadline for meeting the remaining underground storage tank (UST) requirements in the 2015 revised UST regulation. More

Hurricane Michael Preparations Continue as Landfall Approaches

Hurricane Michael is scheduled to make landfall today in the Florida panhandle as a category 4 hurricane. Nineteen percent of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico has been halted in preparation for Hurricane Michael, according to the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE). More

President to Lift Ban on Year-Round Sale of E-15

President Donald Trump is expected Oct. 9 to lift a federal ban on summer sales of higher-ethanol blends of gasoline, a senior White House official told reporters. The move will be coupled with restrictions on biofuel credit trading sought by merchant refiners like Valero Energy Corp and PBF Energy Inc. Those rules would be aimed at retailers and oil majors accused by merchant refiners of driving up cost of complying with biofuels blending laws. More

It’s Time to Think About Your Winter Fuel Blends

Most of us probably don’t want to hear it, but winter is around the corner. That means truck stops, travel centers and fleets in cold-weather regions need to start thinking about their winter fuel usage. It’s also a good time to talk about one of the lingering misperceptions about biodiesel: that it doesn’t perform well in cold weather. More

NATSO Alternative Fuels Council Unveils RFS RIN Management Service

NATSO Inc., the national association representing the travel plaza and truckstop industry, and the Alternative Fuels Council (, Oct. 1 launched a new RIN Management Service designed to help fuel retailers that blend and sell renewable fuels to more efficiently participate in the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program and manage their Renewable Identification Numbers (RINs). More

NATSO’s VP, Government Affairs to Address OPIS Forum

OPIS invites NATSO Vice President of Government Affairs David Fialkov to speak at its “RFS2, RINS & Biodiesel Forum.” More

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