Fuels

Energy divestment is not the answer to climate change

The end of summer means that college students all across the country are heading back to campus. Few experiences compare to college life. It is a time of freedom, adventure, and intellectual and personal growth. It is where social and...

/ September 6, 2016

Estados Unidos y Mexico: Socios en Energia (Part 1)

As the political debate about the U.S.- Mexico border is heating up the campaign trail, there’s another border debate brewing around energy policy. Mexico’s historic energy reforms are venturing into new phases this year, particularly in relation to the downstream...

/ August 8, 2016

Cars At The Capital: Preserving Automotive Heritage (And Fuel Choice) For American Motorists

If you happen to be in Washington, D.C. between April 14 and April 26, you should take a walk to the National Mall to check out two presidential gems from our automotive past: President William Taft’s 1909 White Steam Car,...

/ April 11, 2016

Ethanol Tip: When Filling Up On Fuel, Always Read The Label

How effective are warning labels? Research over the years has generally shown these labels to be broadly ineffective – and it appears this is also true for consumers at the pump, according to a recent survey from the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute...

/ March 31, 2016