Fuels News

The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

Local fire departments warn that services are not up to code

LOS ANGELES and SAN FRANCISCO -- About a half dozen on-demand fueling apps have popped up across the United States over the past year, promising a fill-up when and where you want it. All of them— Filld , JouleRefuel, Booster Fuels , Purple , Yoshi and WeFuel —offer drivers a way to skip the local...

FirstElement Hydrogen

Commissioner Janea Scott (left) of the California Energy Commission; Mary Nichols, chair of the California Air Resources Board; Joel Ewanick, CEO, Shane Stephens, CDO, and Ghassan Sleiman, vice president of FirstElement Fuel; John Harris, owner of Harris Ranch Co.; and Tyson Eckerle, deputy director for ZEV Infrastructure, Office of Gov. Jerry Brown.

Largest retail-ready network opens in California with more to come

IRVINE, Calif. -- The retail hydrogen-fueling infrastructure has been slow to get off the ground, with only a handful of sites open. But a new network of sites has opened that aims to provide a jump-start to the alternative fuel. FirstElement Fuel Inc., Irvine, Calif., has established the True Zero...

This year’s March deliveries were the highest since 2008

WASHINGTON -- Petroleum demand saw its best March in eight years. Total petroleum deliveries—a measure of demand—rose 0.4% in March from a year ago to average 19.3 million barrels per day, according to a monthly statistical report from the American Petroleum Institute (API). These were the highest...

Pennsylvania leads nation with highest combined federal, state taxes
EPA delivers 2017 proposed volumes for White House review
Price at the pump expected to increase as consumer optimism ebbs
Developments are poised to shape the future of fuel retailing
Company will cover cleanup costs at eight gas stations
Changing engine design boosts demand for higher-octane gasoline
Extensive as campaign will support company’s ‘best fuel ever’

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