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Convenience Matters Podcast

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Fuels by the Numbers
Oct 14, 2019

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Retailing Biofuels: A Guide to Reading Applicable Federal Regulations
This report compiles all of the federal regulations and third party standards applicable to storing and selling biofuels, including those mandated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Trade Commission and Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The report will assist retailers and other interested stakeholders keep up with new liquid fuel offerings by serving as the single resource needed to navigate applicable federal regulations, liability concerns, penalties for non-compliance and compliance options.
Literature Review Summary - Supercharged: The Environmental Impact of Electric Vehicles
The electric vehicle (EV) has earned a reputation for being eco-friendly, but tailpipe emissions capture just a snapshot of their complete environmental impact. The Fuels Institute undertook a literature review to assess how the lifecycle of an EV impacts the environment as compared to that of the internaI combustion engine (ICE) vehicle.
IMO 2020 Literature Review
A summary of more than 30 reports evaluating the impact of the International Maritime’s rule lowering marine sulfur limits to 0.5% mass/mass, effective January 1, 2020. 
Analysis of the Potential for Increasing Octane in the U.S. Fuel Supply
A white paper written by the Fuels Institute discussing findings from the Fuels Institute’s Octane report in the context of research done by Co-Optima, USCAR and evolving policy discussions relative to high-octane fuel.
Transitioning the U.S. Gasoline Pool to a Single High-Octane Fuel: A Baseline Analysis
This report presents an understanding of the options for and feasibility of transitioning the market to a national high-octane fuel to enable more fuel-efficient vehicle technologies. 
Market Reactions to Low Carbon Fuel Standard Programs
A comprehensive review of the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) to provide insight into the success and challenges of the program. 
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