Topics: Fuel & Trucking

Supreme Court Expected to Rule on Small Refinery Exemptions


NATSO, SIGMA Enter Into Strategic Alliance on Federal Initiatives

NATSO, SIGMA Enter Into Strategic Alliance on Federal Initiatives

Working with the SIGMA Board of Directors and Legislative Committee, NATSO will manage SIGMA’s government affairs program, advocating on issues related to fuels, energy and transportation, among others. NATSO will implement SIGMA’s legislative priorities as determined by the SIGMA Board of Directors. More

Senate Finance Committee Considers Clean Energy for America Act Today

The Senate Finance Committee will meet today to consider an ambitious clean energy tax overhaul proposal that could be incorporated into a broader infrastructure bill should one materialize. The bill, if enacted, would consolidate 40 energy tax incentive provisions into three groups of emissions-based, technology neutral provisions, and eliminate a number of fossil-fuel related provisions, among other things. More

Representatives Axne, Kelly Introduce Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension Act of 2021

U.S. Representatives Cindy Axne (D-Iowa) and Mike Kelly (R-PA.) today introduced legislation that would extend the $1.00 per gallon biodiesel blenders’ tax credit for three additional years through 2025. Companion legislation to extend the biodiesel tax credit also was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sens. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA). More

Understanding the Renewable Fuels Standard

Understanding the Renewable Fuels Standard

In this video, NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council reviewed the RFS's critical elements with a primary focus on biodiesel. More

 NATSO Offering Electric Vehicle Charging Webinar: What Equipment, Which Grants and When to Invest

NATSO Offering Electric Vehicle Charging Webinar: What Equipment, Which Grants and When to Invest

On June 3, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. eastern NATSO and Chairman’s Circle member Blink Charging are partnering to offer a webinar on Electric Vehicle (EV) charging. More

Colonial Pipeline Update

NATSO remains in close contact with the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Transportation, regulators and lawmakers regarding the status of fuel supplies and any potential shortages as a result of the cybersecurity attack on the Colonial Pipeline. NATSO will continue to update its members as information becomes available, including Declarations of Emergency, hours-of-service waivers and White House announcements. More

Retail Fuels Industry Urges Policymakers to Work More Closely with Retail Fuels Industry on TCI Draft Model Rule

In May 7 comments submitted to Kathleen Theoharides, Chair of the Transportation and Climate Initiative, the groups said that TCI’s misunderstanding of fuel markets will limit the program’s effectiveness; will disproportionately harm low-income communities; and create undesirable economic consequences that will jeopardize the economic recovery of low-income Americans from the COVID-19 pandemic. More

FMCSA Issues Regional Emergency Declaration For Transporting Fuel

The waiver, effective until June 8, was issued in response to the cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, which has disrupted the fuel supply on the East Coast. More

Ninth Circuit Rules California's AB5 Applies to Motor Carriers

A federal court of appeals in California recently ruled that the state's strict independent contractor test known as "AB5" is not preempted under federal law. More

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