Topics: Fuel

Drought Putting Pressure on Biofuels

The fallout is impacting biofuels production and prices. More

Kansas Retailer First to Offer E15

This past week, Zarco 66 in Lawrence, Kan., became the first station in the U.S. to retail E15 since the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) allowed its use in automobiles built since 2001. More

Four Truckstops Add Electrification

Four truckstops in the mid-South have added plug-in power installations through the federally funded Shorepower Truck Electrification Project (STEP). Each of the four new sites has 24 truck parking spaces at which drivers can plug their vehicles into electrical connections, allowing them to operate heating, air conditioning and cab appliances without running the engine. More

Nebraska Corn Board To Award Blender Pump Grant Incentives

The Nebraska Corn Board recently allocated funds in its 2012-13 fiscal year budget to further develop the renewable fuel infrastructure in Nebraska. More

Fleets, Truckstops Moving Toward LNG

Nearly every major trucking fleet is adding natural gas trucks to their fleets to test along some of their routes. More

Quick Facts and Figures, National Average Price of Diesel

The national average price of diesel has fallen nearly 14 cents over the last two weeks. More

Quick Facts and Figures, ATA April Truck Tonnage Index

ATA's seasonally adjusted for-hire truck tonnage index decreased 0.7 percent in May after falling 1.1 percent in April. More

Refiners Sue EPA Over Mandate to Use Non-Existent Biofuels

AFPM and WSPA filed a lawsuit last week challenging the EPA. More

TA, Shell Partner on LNG Fueling Stations

TravelCenters of America announced that it has entered a memorandum of understanding with Shell Oil Products US to construct and operate a network of natural gas fueling lanes. More

Diesel and Gas Prices Fall as Oil Hits 2012 Low

The average price of U.S. diesel dropped 1.6 cents last week to $4.057 a gallon. More

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