Carpool Chats is a Fuels Institute podcast series that delivers the brightest minds discussing the most important topics within the transportation energy sector.
An aggressive approach to reduce carbon emissions must support the environment while preserving affordable transportation options for consumers.
As more EVs hit the road, it's important that drivers are confident they can easily find a working charging station along their route.
Listen-in to see how the new administration plans to address transportation carbon emissions.
As vaccinations make their way through the U.S. population, we take a look back on the past year and its effect on the retail fuel market.
After pushing through on of its worst winters on record, the state of Texas will be the first to tell you that diversifying your transportation assets is just as important.
Biomass-Based Diesel (BBD) has increased its share of the diesel fuel market from 0.5% volume in 2010 to 5.0% in 2018 and is projected to reach 10% by 2022.
With more than 260 million vehicles on the road, what role will biofuels play in transitioning to a carbon neutral transportation market?
What if you didn't have to worry about where, when and how you would find your next opportunity to recharge your EV?
Conventional corn and conventional corn-based ethanol production has 46% smaller carbon footprint than conventional gasoline and is able to use today's infrastructure.
Reducing transportation-related carbon emissions is essential. For many, the solution rests with electric vehicles.
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