Nearly 15 years ago, Congress created the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), a government mandate that requires U.S. transportation fuels to contain a minimum percentage of biofuels. President Bush signed the mandate into law, and it’s been reauthorized several times since then. Proponents of the RFS argue that it will lessen U.S. dependence on oil and foreign sources of energy. But this argument is misguided, and the RFS is bad policy that hasn’t been effective or moved the U.S. any closer towards energy independence.
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None of us would expect a gas station to let us fill up our car for free. Stations buy fuel in bulk from a provider and sell it to customers f…
Forensic experts attempted to separate and count charred heaps of corpses in central Mexico on Saturday after a massive fireball erupted at an illegal pipeline tap, killing at least 66 people.
Troutman Elementary School recently held its fourth annual Fuel Up to Play 60 family night and health fair. Fuel Up to Play 60 is designed to engage and empower youth to take action for their health by implementing long-term, positive changes for themselves and their schools.
ATLANTA (AP) — The operator of a major gasoline pipeline estimates it can resume carrying fuel in the Houston area by Sunday, potentially avoiding a lengthy shutdown that would intensify gasoline shortages.
Ban on toxic acid may test Californians' thirst for cheap fuel
ATLANTA (AP) — Lines formed at gas stations across the South on Saturday and drivers who were able to find fuel had to pay more for it in some…