Carpool Chats is a Fuels Institute podcast series that delivers the brightest minds discussing the most important topics within the transportation energy sector.
Based on headlines, the fast approaching death of the internal combustion engine is upon us.
The U.S. school bus fleet is more than just a reliable way to transport the nations children to and from school each day.
What's the process like when deciding to go from the traditional gas powered vehicle to an alternative fuel vehicle?
Has social distancing changed the projected urbanization rate?
Choosing an innovation that is rationally better in terms of performance, cost or the environment does not always come intuitively or naturally to most of us.
Find out what's happening in the hydrogen fuel cell sector, as Bill Elrick, executive director of the California Fuel Cell Partnership, updates us on the progress this transportation-energy is making domestically.
Join our discussion with Fuels Institute Board member, Ryan Scott (HBW Resources), as we learn more about ESG (Environmental Social Governance)and the outlook for transportation-energy stakeholders.
We spoke with Dr. Francis to learn more about EVHybridNoire, their view on the recent push for banning internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles in California and the need for building a more convenient EV infrastructure.
We spoke with Nik Weinberg-Lynn, manager, renewable energy projects of Phillips 66, to learn more about the engineering behind this project, the timeline and what products will be offered at this new facility.
We spoke with Misty Sexton, President of Standard Petroleum Logistics, Inc., to learn if we're doing everything we can to preserve the life and quality of the fuel that powers the domestic transportation industry.
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