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The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

Company agrees to pay about $372,000, some to fund energy program

TRENTON, N.J. -- Acting Governor of New Jersey Richard J. Codey said last week that Amerada Hess Corp. voluntarily settled a lawsuit filed in September by the state Attorney General's Office, with a portion of the settlement proceeds funding an energy and motoring assistance program for low-income...

Wis. station owner wants changes in markup law, forms new group

MANITOWOC, Wis. -- Some small gas station owners in Wisconsin have formed their own organization and split with the Wisconsin Petroleum Marketers & Convenience Store Association on the issue of repealing or reforming a state law that requires gasoline retailers to markup every gallon of gas...

Ohio plan would dictate timing of changes

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- An Ohio lawmaker reacting to public discontent over the cost of gasoline wants to regulate when gas stations can raise their prices. Sen. Kirk Schuring (R) has introduced legislation that would bar stations from hiking prices until they receive a new shipment of gas. County...

ConocoPhillips and Motiva to increase U.S. capacity
Colorado rep seeks more reasonable pricing
Commission finds numerous conditions added up to record prices
Gasoline supply, demand, price all normalizing, says Lundberg
K&G Petroleum LLC, which bought 50 company-owned gas stations from BP in the summer, has decided to brand all those stations under the Conoco name.
Terminal problem being resolved
CITGO to distribute heating oil at discounted prices

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