The latest news on gasoline, diesel and alternative fuel retailing

Could EV Charging Fall Prey to Skimmers?

Stations with card readers could expose consumers to criminals, report warns


Is the Gas-Station Model for EV Charging Ahead of Its Time?

Why current lack of a business case may not define future opportunity: Navigant analyst

Bills to address fraud issue see mixed success in the states’ legislatures

Why resolving the dispute is a win for Mexico, the United States and the world

Consumption projected to more than double in 2019 after rulemaking: RFA

Downstreamers chasing sales likely to shrink margins

As concept approaches its 1-year anniversary, the major oil company continues to refine its retail approach

For many years, diesel fuel has been viewed as the black sheep of the United States’ motor-fuel family, mainly because of the unsightly black plume of exhaust that would gush from dump trucks, buses and semis as they began to accelerate.

With EPA’s approval of year-round sales, chain adding dozens of sites this summer

More than 1,100 locations to be monitored under the agreement