Gas Prices Rising Again After Brief Lull

Anyone frequenting a gas pump this summer has noticed a dramatic increase in cost compared to last year’s driving season, and industry analysts don’t see things changing in the near future. In the week leading up to July 26th, America’s average gas price dropped two cents to $3.15 per gallon. The American Automobile Association (AAA) […]

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Will Rush Hour Gas Demand Return this Fall?

As the summer heats up, the question remains, will  Americans eventually return to the office? And will the rush hour gas demand return? According to Gallup, in April 2020 70% of Americans worked remotely.  As of June of 2021, the number decreased to 56% of Americans working remote.  According to a study by LaSalle Network, […]

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UK ANNOUNCES INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE BAN BY 2035

On Tuesday the United Kingdom’s government announced a ban on the sale of Internal Combustion Engines starting in 2035 (five years earlier than previously planned). Meaning it will eventually be illegal to sell new gas, diesel, and even hybrid powered cars to adhere to this standard. Many governments across the world have plans of internal […]

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2020 Is Here, Fuel Anyone?

 It’s a new year and a new decade, time to establish your fuel budget for the new year! Is your business the type that relies on a set budget for distillates or gasoline? Do you look to protect your costs in a volatile market? Around this time last year, we experienced a significant drop followed […]

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National Truck Driving Championships

Next week Pittsburgh Pennsylvania welcomes the National Truck Driving Championships (NTDC).  The competition is each year by the American Trucking Association (ATA) and is slated to take place 8/14-8/17 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.  As stated by the ATA, this long standing competition “has a long history – dating back to 1937 when […]

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Future of Fuel

Alternative energy is certainly an interesting concept in many aspects. Often referred to as “Clean Energy,” alternatives can also include solar, wind and water based production. As our current world tries to push for a change on how power is sourced, there has been an effort and an investment to change from fossil fuels, such […]

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Signs of Demand?

There are plenty of topics to look at when judging demand. Whether it be demand for fuel, freight, or drivers there are different signals to take into consideration. Traditionally for fuel it can be judged daily by taking a look at price spikes or drops. Then freight demand can be assessed seasonally or monthly by […]

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Training Drivers for Fuel Efficiency

With constant fluctuations in price, fleet owners are becoming much more conscious of their fueling spend.  Some may shop around to find more cost effective supply options, while others are looking at newer technologies to increase fuel efficiencies.  Most of us have seen smart phone applications for everything it seems, but now trucking companies are […]

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