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  • There are growing pains, though, and the answer to growth in the industry isn’t necessarily new chargers or new EVs on the market, said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy, Boston. “There’s been a lot of money thrown at new chargers, but there hasn’t been a whole lot of READ MORE
  • Many tanks are approaching their warranty expiration after an EPA rule change three decades ago. But experts say proper maintenance can extend the service life well beyond that period. The year 1988 brought a big change for gas stations. That year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency updated its regulations for underground storage READ MORE
  • The Texas Financial Crimes Intelligence Center and fuel industry partners warn of a new fuel theft method employed by suspects. Suspects gain access to the internal section of the fuel pump cabinet and manipulate the valve coil wire with taps (aka pigtails). Suspects appear to be using a power source READ MORE
  • According to the Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation’s Motor Fuel Metering and Quality program, new pump security requirements go into effect Jan. 1, 2024. If not already equipped with at least two of the items listed below, no later than January 1, owners or operators of fuel pumps are READ MORE
  • D&H United Fueling Solutions has been named to Energy Tech Review Magazine’s list of Top 10 EV Charging Services Providers for 2023. Energy Tech Review Magazine is a leading print and online publication that provides technology news, articles and insights on the latest in the energy marketplace. This is D&H READ MORE
  • A new study sheds some light on a main concern for EV drivers: What’s causing problems with dead public EV charging stations? With electric vehicle sales continuing to rise in North America, the reliability of public charging networks has become a crucial issue—and a differentiator between Tesla and every other carmaker selling READ MORE