Reports

Diesel Fuel Sampling Study: An Evaluation of Diesel Fuel Sold and Consumed in the U.S. Market

The Fuels Institute’s Diesel Fuel Quality Council commissioned a fuel quality study to better understand the condition of diesel fuel sold and consumed in the U.S., and specifically, to evaluate diesel fuel for specific properties that may affect engine operations and/or contribute to tank corrosion and product contamination. 
Retrofitting Convenience Stores for Electric Vehicle Charging

The Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), NACS and the Fuels Institute have developed this document to help convenience retailers who are considering whether to incorporate electrical vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure into existing liquid fuel sites.
Future-Proofing Convenience Stores for Electric Vehicle Charging

The Petroleum Equipment Institute (PEI), NACS and the Fuels Institute have developed this document to help convenience retailers plan for electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure at new liquid fueling sites. With careful planning and efficient site design, ground-up facilities can be constructed to keep fuels convenient and safe for store personnel and the public.
 


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