Topics: Fuel

EIA Reports Natural Gas Exports Could Boost U.S. Economy

A report issued this week by Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration indicates that the U.S. could boost its economy by exporting some of its natural gas. However, critics said doing so is costly and would raise natural gas prices in the U.S. In addition, it's uncertain there will be a market for it. More

Locations Offering Bulk DEF Increase

The number of truckstop locations adding bulk Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) pump facilities in North America has increased over the last two months, with 814 now offering bulk DEF. More

Clean Energy Completes the First Stage of America's Natural Gas Highway

Clean Energy announced that it has completed the first stage of America's Natural Gas Highway, a network of liquefied natural gas (LNG) truck fueling stations located throughout the U.S. More

Truckstop Executives, Carriers Discuss the Future of Natural Gas

Jimmy Haslam, chairman and CEO of Pilot Flying J, Frank Love, president of operations for Love’s Travel Stops, and Thomas O’Brien, CEO of TravelCenters of America spoke in the session “Infrastructure Hurdles: The Chicken or the Egg.” More

Companies Investing in Natural Gas Infrastructure, Technology

NATSO member Clean Energy Fuels is collaborating with GE to expand the infrastructure for natural gas transportation in the United States. As part of the project, Clean Energy will buy two MicroLNG plants from GE Oil & Gas. Each plant will support fueling stations along critical transportation corridors and has the capacity to produce 250,000 gallons of LNG per day. More

U.S. to Become Largest Oil Producer by 2020

The International Energy Agency said the U.S. will become the world's top producer of oil by 2020, a net exporter of oil around 2030 and nearly self-sufficient in energy by 2035 due to a boost in oil, shale gas and bioenergy production in the country. More

Fuel Supply Improves in New York and New Jersey

Fuel supplies in New York and New Jersey are slowly returning to normal after Hurricane Sandy, and officials are continuing to take action to reduce shortages that still remain in some areas. In New York City and Long Island, authorities announced gas rationing systems that started on Nov. 9. More

DOT Team to Expedite Fuel Deliveries in Hurricane Region

FMCSA has created an Interstate Petroleum Transport Team to streamline state regulations and ensure the fastest and most efficient movement of fuel. More

Defense Works to Ease N.Y., N.J. Gas Shortages; Waivers Issued

The U.S. Energy Department is working with the Defense Department and National Guard to get emergency generators to gas stations that lost power in New York and New Jersey, creating long lines of customers. More

EPA Issues Draft Proposal To Ensure RIN Authenticity

EPA released a draft proposal last week designed to ensure that RINs are authentic. More

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