$900,000 civil penalty resolves violations of vehicle fuel standards
Venezuela calls off sale; company will sell debt
Opponents of California’s complex cap-and-trade framework say the state should have just implemented a simple carbon tax.
What starts in California—the biggest state by population—often finds its way to the rest of the union, making two big regulatory moves about to hit its fuel marketers of interest to the entire industry.
EIA revises 2015 projections in latest Short-Term Energy Outlook update
Modest retail shrinkage, while pump price crash continues, says Lundberg
With fuel prices low, a growing number of politicians think so
Says "enjoy," but warns consumers to continue to be frugal at the pump.
Lab testing reveals that viscosity fails to match what is promised on label