After years of claims that hydrogen fuel-cell technology was about to debut—only to be delayed—it appears we now have a firm date: 2015. That’s when Toyota, Honda and Hyundai plan to introduce hydrogen fuel-cell electric vehicles (FCEV) to the mass market, and California hopes to open the first network of about 37 hydrogen-fueling stations in the country. The hard part? Getting those fueling stations open.
More than 30 sign letter arguing consumer choice over government mandate
Commodities jostle retailers’ margins as food prices skyrocket, oil stabilizes
Retail prices still crashing, says Lundberg
Once reserved for truckstops and travel centers, diesel is wending its way into convenience-store locations. From NOCO sites in upstate New York to Wawa and Dash-In across the Mid-Atlantic region, diesel is not only winning space, it’s also capturing featured placement across the forecourt.
Western Refining Logistics acquiring Western Refining's SW wholesale business.
Mergers & Acquisitions News
Empire Petroleum acquires Mansfield Oil's retail platform, expects to grow.
Lundberg: Winter blend, ethanol help drop pump price to $3.37
Cheapest fuel prices in four years likely, GasBuddy predicts