Fuels News

The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

Lifting taxes, monitoring prices, states looking out for consumers

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- While Hurricane Katrina and the resulting high gasoline prices are very much a national issue, most of the efforts to keep those prices to a minimum are being made on the state level. From coast to coast, state governments are keeping eyes open for price gouging while also...

NACS reschedules convention; pipeline oil starts to flow again

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- It will be months and even years before things get back to normalif everfollowing the onslaught of Hurricane Katrina. But with the fortitude of the true American spirit, a few things started to move toward normalcy last week as shutdown pipelines started pumping oil again and the...

IEA offers 2 million barrels of crude oil, products/day for 30 days

PARIS -- A group of 26 countries, including the United States, on Friday agreed to release oil, gasoline or other petroleum products from their emergency reserves in an attempt to bring down soaring prices and avert domestic shortages, said the Washington Post. The decision by the members of the...

Pumps allowed to display half-gallon prices temporarily
Oil company wins insurance suit over definition of occurrence
Marketers, retailers await solutions to the gasoline retailing mess
In Indiana, Crystal Flash diverts remaining fuel to honor contracts
Katrina keeps consumers, refiners guessing about the future
Rolls out Select 3/G7200 Series Electronic Fleet Dispenser
Plan would bypass retailers; CITGO studying concept

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