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Healthcare Reform, Tobacco and the Future of Fuels Among the Burning Issues to be addressed at the 2013 NAG Conference

The 2013 National Advisory Group (NAG) conference, to be held September 12-15, 2013 at the Loews Vanderbilt Nashville, will attract convenience retail professionals from across the country thanks to its full schedule of dynamic programming. The topics and content were mapped out by your peers, our the NAG Retailer Advisory Board. This conference addresses the

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Propel Fuels Receives Millions To Expand In California

New gas station in Redwood City, Calif. receives millions in grant money to open more stations across the state. Propel Fuels plans to expand its sales of alternative fuels throughout California within the next four years. Matt Horton, CEO of Propel Fuels, wants to help consumers find convenient places for drivers to fill their tanks

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RFA Pushes Ethanol Agenda

Association urges end to oil industry tax breaks in letter to President Obama. American ethanol production is creating jobs, energizing rural economies, reducing oil imports, and helping all consumers save money at the pump emphasized the Renewable Fuels Association said in a letter to President Obama as he prepares for the State of Union address

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Is $4 Gallon Gasoline Coming to a Station Near You?

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN For some, the unpleasant reality of $4 gallon gasoline has already occurred, namely in California, where the Energy Information Administration reported in early April an average price for regular grade gasoline at $4.057 gallon. As of April 4, the EIA pegged the average for Chicago at

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House Defunds E-15 Waivers

An amendment to the House budget bill stops federal funding to EPA E-15 waivers, amid concerns over the safety of the fuel for vehicles. The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to block the (EPA) from moving toward a higher blend of ethanol in gasoline, passing an amendment to the House budget bill on Saturday

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EPA Extends E15 Waiver To 2001-2006 Vehicles

While ethanol advocacy groups cheer on the decision, some organizations have strong concerns. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has extended a waiver allowing higher ethanol concentrations in fuel for 2007 and later model year cars and trucks to 2001-2006 model year vehicles, Oil & Gas Journal reported. Waivers, however, won’t be granted for fuels

Thorntons Offers Black Friday Deal on E-85

Thorntons is offering E-85 flex fuel for 85 cents per gallon on  Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, at select locations. E-85 is an alcohol-based fuel, comprised of just 15% petroleum. Ethanol can be made from virtually any agriculture feedstock from which starch is derived, such as corn, sugar cane, wheat or milo. Today, the

Sheetz Unveils East-West Clean Fuel Corridor

Pennsylvania motorists wishing to use E-85, a cleaner fuel consisting of 85% Ethanol, will soon have a more consistent source of fuel as they travel between Pittsburgh and Harrisburg. Sheetz has unveiled its “East-West Clean Fuel Corridor” where E-85 fuel may be purchased. That includes three Pittsburgh area Sheetz locations and three locations in and

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