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Retail gasoline and diesel prices are sky-high. Why?
April 1, 2021 By Steve Holton In the first quarter of 2021, prices at the pump have been rising steadily, leading many people to...
The Social Cost of Carbon Part I: How Does the U.S. Estimate the Cost of Climate Change?
March 29, 2021 By Marcy Casement The Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) represents an estimate (in dollars) of the damage to society and the...
Is COVID-19 a Force Majeure Event?
March 25, 2021 By Barry Schaps The entire transportation fuels supply chain, from crude oil wellhead to the retail service station dispenser, is full...
How might the proposed Washington LCFS impact in-state renewable diesel production and use?
March 17, 2021 by Jim Mladenik The Washington state legislature is currently considering legislation (HB 1091) that would require fuel producers and importers to...