Fuel Saver

  Fuel Rescue is a revolutionary new product for the underground storage tank industry that saves gallons and gallons of otherwise lost fuel product while protecting the environment. Fuel Rescue slips tightly over a fuel tank measuring stick and as the stick is pulled out of the tank, Fuel Rescue squeegees the fuel away from

Pilot Flying J Gets Down To Business

Just two days after Pilot won Federal Trade Commission approval to acquire rival Flying Jay on Wednesday, the company, now called Pilot Flying J, isn’t wasting anytime getting busy with acquisitions, divestments and restaurant plans. As of today, Pilot Flying J-an entity of more than 550 interstate travel centers and travel plazas in 43 states

Retail Fuel Prices Edge Lower in Early June

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The U.S. average price for regular grade gasoline sold at retail outlets dropped nearly 18 cents or 6% from a May 10 multi-month high at $2.905 a gallon to $2.728 gallon on Memorial Day, a time when retail prices have typically surged.  The decline is less

Lucky Deuces Selects FuelQuest

Lucky Deuces Casino and Truck Stop has signed a five year contract with FuelQuest Inc., a software services company for the global downstream energy industry. FuelQuest Fuel Center, FuelQuest’s outsourced fuel management service, will source, monitor, replenish, and reconcile retail motor fuel for Lucky Deuces’ growing establishment in Duson, La. Lucky Deuces’ goal is to

Gulf Oil Grows in Virginia

Gulf Oil has announced its continued growth in Virginia by signing a branded distributor partnership with Anderson Oil Company. Anderson Oil will begin work immediately, rebranding more than two dozen motor fuel outlets in the Greater Fredericksburg and Richmond areas from Chevron, Texaco and Pure to the new Gulf “Sunrise” image.  This is the first

Retail Gasoline Prices Slip to Lows Last Seen in Early March

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Retail gasoline prices slid to a two-and-a-half month low ahead of the Memorial Day holiday, which has been dubbed the unofficial kickoff to the summer driving season due to the increase in holiday travel. Pre-holiday estimates projected a nearly 6% increase in highway travel during the

Folk Oil Fights Hunger

Folk Oil’s PS Food Marts chain went to bat for hunger in Michigan and Ohio and raised more than $50,000 for local charities in just two short weeks. From March 15-31 PS Food Mart employees at the chain’s 29 stores encouraged customers and vendors to purchase paper hearts as part of its “Fight Hunger. Give

Gasoline Continue Slide into Memorial Day

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline prices continue tumbling, down nearly 50 cents from the start of May after another week of double-digit declines across most metropolitan markets nationwide through May 24. The drop in wholesale values is gradually filtering through to retail outlets, offering a savings for holiday travelers

Gasoline Continue Slide into Memorial Day

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline prices continue tumbling, down nearly 50cts from the start of May after another week of double-digit declines across most metropolitan markets nationwide through May 24. The drop in wholesale values is gradually filtering through to retail outlets, offering a savings for holiday travelers this

Gasoline Prices Slipping into Memorial Day

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Gasoline futures known as RBOB (Reformulated Blendstock for Oxygenated Blending) that trade on the New York Mercantile Exchange tumbled 35cts or 14 percent from a 19-month high reached on May 3 to May 17, capping the uptick in retail prices ahead of the unofficial kickoff to

The Benefits of Going Green

An Illinois CITGO fuel marketer became the first gas station owner in the nation to receive the Green Business League award for its efforts to reduce energy and minimize its environmental footprint. Dave Welch, president of Deerfield CITGO, began his journey toward achieving a green business in June 2009, when he and a consultant started

FPMA Announces New Sunshine Food and Fuel Expo

The Florida Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association (FPMA) has announced the inauguration of the new Sunshine Food and Fuel Expo to be held in Kissimmee, Fla. The new show will take place from July 18-19 at the Gaylord Palms Resort.  Conceived as a key part of FPMA’s ongoing re-engineering efforts, the Sunshine Food and

Fuel’s Price March Higher Briefly Stalls

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The price strut higher in wholesale gasoline costs stalled midway through March, slowing the advance in retail prices that have surged to fresh highs earlier this month. Weekly price data from the federal government’s Energy Information Administration showed a US retail average for regular grade at $2.751

Army And Air Force Exchange Service Awards Contract to FuelQuest

FuelQuest Inc., an on-demand software and services company for the global downstream energy industry, has entered a multi-year contract with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES). Under the new agreement, FuelQuest’s Fuel Center, the company’s outsourced fuel management service, will source, monitor, replenish and reconcile retail motor fuel for AAFES’ service locations in North America.

Gilbarco Inc. Completes Acquisition

Gilbarco Inc. has completed the previously announced acquisition of the Petroleum Dispensing Pump (PDP) business unit of Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T). Located in Mumbai, India, L&T is a leading industrial conglomerate. The PDP business unit manufactures, sells, integrates and services petroleum dispensers, LPG equipment, and automation systems solutions.  L&T’s PDP business unit has a

Industry Veteran Robert Eggleston Joins Toot’n Totum

Industry veteran Robert Eggleston has joined Amarillo, Texas based Toot’n Totum Food Stores LLC as vice president of supply and transportation.  “Robert is a man of prodigious talent who will complement our existing leadership team.  His evidentiary experience in all aspects of fuel procurement, retailing, and logistics will be a key component in the success

New Jersey Students Win One Year Supply of Gas From Citgo

Middletown, N.J. high school seniors Erika Rech and Mike Ruane are the latest Grand Prize winners in the Fueling Good program created by CITGO Petroleum Corporation. The cousins earned their prize of a year’s supply of CITGO gasoline by supporting individuals and families affected by breast cancer. Their charity, Breast Friends Forever, raised more than

BP Sponsors U.S. Olympic Teams

BP has joined the U.S. Olympic Committee’s family of sponsors as the official USOC energy partner. It will be a sponsor of the 2010 and 2012 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Teams, as well as the 2011 U.S. Pan American Team. “We look forward to partnering with America’s Olympic and Paralympic teams to engage with the

BP Aims To Offer Price Rollback Technology Network-wide

BP Products North America Inc. plans to be the first fuel company in the U.S. to deliver price rollback technology that awards instant cents-off-per-gallon savings at the pump to consumers throughout its BP-branded network. As of Jan. 31, more than 350 eligible sites have begun the BP-funded and managed technology deployment process with the remainder of

C-Stores In Baltimore Contend With Snow

After a huge snow storm hit Baltimore and with more snow predicted to hit today and tomorrow, businesses are wonderng what the week will bring, WBALTV Baltimore reported. Several grocery and convenience stores told the news station they can’t stock the shelves fast enough, and gas stations said they are running out of fuel. The

Tennessee Fuel Prices Drop

Gas prices in Tennessee have dropped nearly 10 cents a gallon since the beginning of 2010, the Memphis Business Journal reported. The fall mirrors the average price per gallon in the U.S., which also has declined, according to reports from AAA Auto Club South. The average price per gallon in Tennessee for regular unleaded is

Evolution Fuels Acquires Second Kansas Fuel Station

Evolution Fuels Inc. has executed a second lease agreement with J&J Developments Inc. (J&J) for a fuel station located in Topeka, Kan.  This is the second station of what Evolution Fuels expects will be a series of locations leased from J&J. The station is located on a prime intersection of Topeka that experiences an average

Pullback in Wholesale Costs Leads to Fuel Price Decline

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Better than a nickel decline in wholesale prices for metropolitan markets across the U.S. during the weekly period ended on Martin Luther King Jr. Day will arrest the rapid increase in retail gasoline prices seen since late 2009. The U.S. average retail price for regular grade

Aztex Buzzing Over Beer Sales

When beer sales were made legal last August in formerly dry Clay County, N.C., Aztex Fuel & Food Centers’ Hayesville location was ready to pounce, becoming the first c-store in the market to supply cold suds. Aztex, an experienced c-store marketer, knew from its other stores that alcohol sales can drive foot traffic and increase

Foodservice Boosts Retail Growth

Not doing foodservice? Then you better start thinking about it. That was the key message from a host of retailers, consultants and foodservice experts as CSD presented its 2009 Foodservice Webcast Series. In fact, just having food items is hardly enough. Chains need to invest in specialty fare and ethnic cuisines in order to differentiate

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