Fuels Institute Videos


Fuels Institute regularly creates video content including webinars and vlogs. Visit our library and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date on our latest releases.


Webinar | Transportation-Related Environmental Initiatives

December 15, 2020

Join us as we examine new environmental initiatives to reduce emissions from the transportation sector.

Board Spotlights | Tammy Klein

December 10, 2020

Interview with Tammy Klein, Principal Consultant, Transport Energy Strategies.

Board Spotlights | Daniel Gordon

December 01, 2020

Interview with Daniel Gordon, VP & Chief Commercial Officer, Colonial Pipeline Company.

Board Spotlights | Danny Seals

October 29, 2020

Interview with Danny Seals, Product Marketing Manager, Retail Dispensers, Gilbarco Veeder-Root.

Research | Impact of Transportation-Related Environmental Initiatives

October 27, 2020

This report provides an overview and an in-depth analysis of numerous transportation-related environmental movements to better understand their effectiveness in reducing emissions and their overall cost to society, including governments, industry and consumers.

Board Spotlights | Heather Killough

October 16, 2020

Interview with Heather Killough, Energy Industry Principal, DTN.

Webinar | Sustainability in a Carbon Market

September 29, 2020

How can crude sources improve scoring for new financial industry policies (ESG) that score companies based upon their contributions to climate change?

Research | State of Transportation Energy and Vehicle Electrification

August 23, 2020

While many are advocating a rapid transition to an electrified transportation market, this report takes an objective look at the realities of the market and the broad mix of powertrains moving people from one place to another.

Research | Electric Vehicle Adoption: Focus on Charging

June 01, 2020

An evaluation of the electric vehicle market from the consumer perspective.

Webinar | FUELS2020 The Last Mile

May 25, 2020

FUELS2020 Virtual - Presented by Oliver Schlake, University of Maryland