Fuels Technology & Equipment

The latest fuels technology and equipment news
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E15 is a federally approved fuel that contains 15% ethanol and 85% gasoline and is approved for 2001 and newer vehicles, which is equivalent to 9 out of 10 cars on the road today.

Brought to you by Growth Energy. Gasoline volumes have jumped by as much as 30% at a select number of Minnoco stores in Minnesota. The company introduced E15 or Unleaded Plus into the Twin Cities market in the fall of 2013 and currently has 34 sites offering the fuel. Making E15 available to their...

Spatco Petroleum Solutions

Acquisition marks fuel-equipment supplier’s fourth expansion in 18 months

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Spatco Petroleum Solutions has acquired fuel-equipment distributor PetroTech LLC. This marks the fourth expansion in 18 months for Spatco Petroleum, a division of Spatco Energy Solutions and supplier of fuel equipment for brands including Wayne Fueling Systems, Veeder-Root, OPW...

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By reducing fuel losses, preventing catastrophic spills and preserving customer loyalty, these four fuel site underdogs save the day, day in and day out.

Brought to you by Source North America. There are hundreds of components above and below ground in a convenience store fueling system. Each has an important function, but some don’t get the respect they’re due because of their unassuming, behind-the-scenes roles. By reducing fuel losses, preventing...

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Wayne Fueling Systems
Creates new business with completion of Wayne acquisition
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Navigating the complicated world of convenience store point-of-sale technology can be headache inducing for many fuel sellers.
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Selects PriceAdvantage software for commission sites
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Retailer also including NFC technology
BP's Miles fuel pump
BP partners with GSTV on technology rollout