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Planning for a Varied Approach to E15

Preparing a fueling system for long-term compatibility with higher ethanol blends, such as E15, takes planning and expertise.


3 Considerations for Addressing Aging Tanks

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates the average age of a currently open underground storage tank is 27 years old. With so many tanks rapidly approaching their 30th year of service...

As fueling system and convenience store equipment grow increasingly sophisticated, the advancements inevitably come with higher prices. As tempting as it may be to simply give into sticker shock and p...

From supply chain disruptions to UST corrosion control, there was quite a lot to talk about at this year’s PEI Convention at the NACS Show in Chicago. With that in mind, here are five fueling-related “hot topics” that convenience operators should keep tabs on as 2021 winds down.

The RFS is a federal program administered by the EPA that requires refiners and importers of gasoline or diesel to meet specified renewable fuel quotas.

As convenience-store retailers plan their future fuels, here are three factors that will influence the next generation of HDT fueling.

There are several indicators that sales of E15 could experience a dramatic upswing, perhaps even replace E10.

As the April 2021 credit card fraud liability shift approaches, fuel sites that have not begun their EMV upgrades need to start the process and get retrofit or replacement equipment ordered.

Although it may feel as though the postponement of the EMV liability shift to April 2021 just recently occurred, several months have actually elapsed since the delay was announced earlier this year.

The Source University training facility was specifically designed to help the fuel industry improve training in a safe environment.

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