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The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

Company asserts the Unfair Sales Act impedes its right to engage in commerce

IRON RIVER, Mich. -- Krist Oil Co. and a Wisconsin citizen have filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality and legality of Wisconsin’s Unfair Sales Act, commonly known as the Minimum Markup Law. The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed the lawsuit on behalf of the gasoline...

Tennessee retailer partners with Nissan on three new sites

MARYVILLE, Tenn. -- Calloway Oil is the latest convenience store retailer to install electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The retailer, which has more than 20 E-Z Stop stores in Tennessee, partnered with EV manufacturer Nissan on adding three DC fast-charge stations at its c-stores in Knoxville...

New study questions whether midstream can handle the HOF

GOLDEN, Colo. -- As automakers pursue more powerful, streamlined engines that run on higher-octane fuel (HOF), a new study questions whether terminals today can actually store the greater quantities of ethanol blended into the finished product. First, some background: Automakers are interested in...

Legislator opposes lifting ban, says fuel retailers would not pass along savings .
State Supreme Court upholds earlier ruling that allowed gas pumps
From regulations to RINs, new guide addresses retailers’ biggest flex-fuel queries .
No-cost public network moves into 10 new markets
Attorney general settles case for soil, groundwater contamination dating back to January
Rural retailers report higher overnight sales as ban partially lifted
HWRT to sell preblended fuel at terminals in three states this fall .