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The latest news on petroleum, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

In Indiana, Crystal Flash diverts remaining fuel to honor contracts

INDIANAPOLIS -- Crystal Flash Petroleum stopped selling fuel at many of its 23 Indiana gas stations and convenience stores when its Gulf-based supplier began rationing its fuel following Hurricane Katrina's assault on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, reported the Indianapolis Star. Other...

Rolls out Select 3/G7200 Series Electronic Fleet Dispenser

AUSTIN, Texas -- Dresser Wayne is expanding its fleet product line to include the new Select 3/G7200 Series Electronic Fleet Dispenser. The company incorporated the Wayne iGEM electronics and iMeter to create a technologically advanced fleet dispenser line. The fleet environment requires a product...

Plan would bypass retailers; CITGO studying concept

CARACAS, Venezuela -- After a four-hour closed-door meeting on Monday, Jesse Jackson and Venezuela President Hugo Chavez announced a plan to help the poor in the United States weather the storm of rising fuel costs this winter, said a report in the Chicago Tribune. Chavez said that the Venezuelan-...

Company had been ordered to stop selling below cost
Hurricane Katrina cripples Gulf Coast oil industry
Government said to be considering requests to open reserve; pols call for relief
Mitchell looks to governor, Blago looks to AG
Blago asks Madigan to investigate possible Katrina-related abuses
Refiners, retailers and consumers await final damage report
Retail gasoline prices jumped 12.62 cents in the past two weeks, to a U.S. average $2.6273 for regular grade, according to the most recent Lundberg Survey.