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Higher prices at the pump often lead the public to assume a retailer is price gouging.
By NACS
Aug 31, 2017
In the wake of an emergency or natural disaster, resuming operations at a refinery and pushing product through the pipeline is complex.
By NACS
Aug 30, 2017
EPA resources cite best practices for helping underground storage tank owners and operators safely bring UST systems back into service.
By NACS
Aug 29, 2017
Convenience stores do much more than sell daily essentials and an estimated 80% of the fuels purchased in the United States — they also play a critical role before and after a natural disaster like a hurricane strikes.
By NACS
May 1, 2017
Convenience stores sell 80% of the gasoline in the United States — most are one-store businesses and less than 1% are owned by the major oil companies.
By NACS
Mar 1, 2017
The United States has 141 refineries and more than 150,000 fueling stations. Pipelines provide that critical link between them.
By NACS
Feb 22, 2017
That branded station on the corner is almost certainly owned and operated by an independent.
By NACS
Feb 21, 2017
The use of plastic at the pump is incredibly convenient. But that convenience comes at a cost.
By NACS
Feb 21, 2017
How real is the threat of having your credit card cloned by a skimmer — and what are retailers doing to protect you?
By NACS
Feb 21, 2017
While the pain of this transition to summer-blend fuel is felt throughout the country, there are significant environmental benefits. But there is one other lesser-known benefit for drivers in the summer: increased fuel efficiency.
By NACS
Feb 21, 2017
An overview of the U.S. liquid fuels distribution system, evaluating the operations of each component of the value chain and assessing the complexities associated with delivering fuel to consumers.
By Fuels Institute
Dec 8, 2016
A higher octane fuel and engine will meet current CAFE standards, but what comes next?
By NACS Magazine
Jun 1, 2016
An In-Depth Fleet Analysis of Shared Urban Mobility.
By Fuels Institute
Apr 18, 2016
Fuels remain a hot topic at the 2015 NACS Show.
By NACS Magazine
Nov 1, 2015
The U.S Energy Information Administration forecasts 20 years of fuel and transportation demand.
By NACS Magazine
Sep 1, 2015
Know the deal on fuel retail discount program regulations.
By NACS Daily
Jun 1, 2015
Two sides debate the virtues of California’s cap-and-trade regulation for transportation fuels.
By NACS Magazine
Mar 1, 2015
NACS’ annual resource covers the hottest retailer issues, from renewable fuels to gas prices—and all the details in between.
By NACS
Feb 1, 2015
The “rock and feather” hypothesis may not hold water.
By NACS Retail Fuels Report
Feb 1, 2015
Whether gas prices are at $2 or $4 a gallon, price is the top reason fuel consumers select a specific location.
By NACS Retail Fuels Report
Feb 1, 2015
An analysis of the historic growth and stabilization of vehicle-miles traveled, through a demographic examination of drivers and driver behavior.
By Fuels Institute
Jan 22, 2015
A drop in gas prices is increasing consumer faith in the economy.
By NACS
Jan 14, 2015
Panelists at the inaugural Fuels Institute meeting analyze consumer trends and their impact on the vehicle and fuels market.
By Fuels Institute
Nov 19, 2014
The diesel market could take off, if consumer attitudes shift.
By NACS Retail Fuels Report
Feb 1, 2014
Plastic at the pump is incredibly convenient for consumers, but that convenience comes at a price.
By NACS Magazine
Mar 1, 2013
A first-person account of what life was like right after Superstorm Sandy hit.
By Deborah Garbato
Dec 1, 2012
Instead of bringing customers inside, some stores are bringing the merchandise outside.
By NACS Magazine
Oct 1, 2012
 

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