Topics: Fuel

Georgia Truckstops and Travel Plazas Eligible for Funds to Electrify Truck Parking

Truckstops and travel plazas located within 10 miles of an EPA designated non-attainment and maintenance area in Georgia are eligible for funding to electrify truck parking spaces (ETPS) under new grants from the Georgia Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administrations Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program. More

Alternative Fueling Stations Increase Scope Across the U.S.

Energy Information Administration provides a map of which alternative fuels are being sold where. More

Future of Natural Gas for Truckstops

Motor carriers nationwide are beginning to run natural gas vehicles in small quantities, and many say the fuel More

EPA Approves First Applications for Registration of Ethanol to Make E15

EPA approved applications from 19 fuel manufacturers seeking to register gasoline that contains up to 15 percent ethanol (E15). More

Illinois and 7-Eleven Create EV Charging Network

Illinois partnership to create the nation's largest network of fast-charging electric vehicle stations. More

NATSO and Renewable Energy Group Biodiesel Webinar

Register for this March 27 webinar to learn from Renewable Energy Group about the status of the biodiesel industry and the 2012 outlook. Get the latest updates regarding quality, the RFS2, federal and state legislation’s impact on positive blending opportunities and more. More

Thieves Use Elaborate Schemes to Siphon Fuel

Thieves use a minivan with a cut-out floorboard to siphon gas from an underground storage tank. More

Obama Administration Rejects Keystone Pipeline

The Obama Administration rejected a bid to expand the Keystone oil sands pipeline, saying the deadline imposed by Congress did not leave sufficient time to conduct the necessary review. More

Biodiesel Basics

More than 20 engine manufacturers, including Cummins, Inc., Ford Motor Company, General Motors Corporation, Deere & Company, Mack Trucks, Inc., Volkswagen of America, Inc. and Volvo Truck Corporation, have approved biodiesel blends for use in their engines ranging from 5 percent biodiesel blends (B5) to 20 percent biodiesel blends (B20) More

Be Prepared for Increased Demand of DEF

Be prepared for increased demand of DEF. More

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