Retailers should exercise extreme caution when considering whether to sell E15 (gasoline containing 15% ethanol) following the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent decision to authorize the use of E15 in vehicles manufactured in model year 2007 and later, said the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS). NACS represents the convenience and petroleum retailing industry,
Opposition to AB 1998, “bag ban bill,” is growing rapidly across the state of California. Hundreds of businesses, many of them small grocers and retailers have joined forces with manufacturing associations, chambers of commerce and plastic bag makers statewide to send a clear message to the state government: start focusing on the real problems facing
Evolution Fuels Inc. has begun the permitting process to construct its first flagship fuel station in Dallas. The station location is in the heart of the Dallas metropolis, immediately adjacent to the upscale Park Cities neighborhood, and is set to serve as the first “marquee” location for the company’s planned rollout of its branded stations.
NACS will integrate PCATS, the Petroleum and Convenience Alliance for Technical Standards, as an independent standards organization that is part of NACS. PCATS Chairman and NACS Vice Chairman of Technology Pat Lewis made the announcement during the opening general session yesterday at NACStech, noting that the PCATS Board of Directors on May 4 accepted NACS’
The third time is indeed the charm for Bill and Loretta Singer, who own and operate Singer’s Chevron just outside the Oregon border in Walla, Walla, Wash. In 2006, the Singers were presented with Chevron’s “Customer First” bronze award. In 2007, they took home the silver. And, for 2008, they finally laid claim to the