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NORTHBROOK, Ill., Aug. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Underwriters Laboratories (UL), a world leader in product safety testing services, announced today a new certification path for fuel dispensers for mid-level ethanol blends up to E25.
Agreement for Costco Gas Stations Would Adjust Fuel for Temperature in Several States Oil Companies Will be 'Making Fairness Illegal' if They Try to Stop Costco Deal, says Consumer Watchdog SANTA MONICA, Calif., April 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Costco has agreed to settle a lawsuit over the sale of "hot gasoline," becoming the first U.S.
Consumer Group Says Government Staff's Consumer-Oriented Findings Were Altered by Commissioners With Ties to Oil Industry SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Public documents retrieved by Consumer Watchdog reveal that, after private meetings with oil industry representatives, some of the California Energy Commission's politically appointed Board Members changed staff conclusions in a study of "hot fuel," in a way that protected the interest of oil companies.
Commission Again Delays Vote on Anti-Consumer Report as Oil-Lobbyist Spouse of Commissioner Quits Her Role SANTA MONICA, Calif., Feb.
LCD Firm Inks Licensing Agreement to Manufacture Patented Gas Pump Topper IRVINE, Calif., Dec.
Draft Report Accepts Industry Call for Ban on Temperature-Compensating Device, Denies Consumers Would Benefit From Any Remedy SANTA MONICA, Calif., Dec.
The Nevada Highway Patrol has arrested a woman who was driving along U.S.
By Clifford Krauss The best deal on fuel in the United States right now might be here in Utah, where people are waiting in lines to pay the equivalent of 87 cents a gallon. Demand is so strong at rush hour that fuel runs low, and some days people can pump only half a tank.
Clean energy company Unity Biofuels has announced that it is developing self-blending ethanol fuel dispensers, to help blend ethanol with gasoline directly in the pump and thus help consumers to avoid the associated blending fee, according to PetrolWorld.
By JAKE ARMSTRONG ATLANTA - The number of consumer complaints about getting ripped off by inaccurate or fraudulent gas pumps has risen along with fuel prices.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.