Which Countries Have the Largest Proven Oil Reserves

When we talk about oil reserves, they can basically be divided into three categories: Proven oil reserves Probable oil reserves Possible oil reserves

A Brief History of the United States Fuel Retail Industry

It all started when New Haven speculator James Townsend hired America’s first-to-be successful wildcatter, Edwin Drake, to explore the land of Titusville for oil deposits.

Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 8 Podcast: EVO Series Training with Ben Thomas

Welcome to the latest episode of Franklin Fueling’s Let’s Be Frank podcasts hosted by Kali Kinziger. Let’s Be Frank podcasts are perfect to introduce newbies to the petroleum equipment industry; from the latest products, new technology, install and maintenance tips and tricks to brushing up on the latest industry trends....

Universal Valve: Which Is Really Better – Cross-linked or Linear Polyethylene?

Are you providing your customer with the safest and best long term performance spill container?       Universal Valve 69RT and 71CD spill containers are equipped with a Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellow. Research shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene is far superior to Linear Polyethylene. An Environmental stress test (ASTM method D-1693...

How to Ensure Your Gas Station Success With Adequate Forecourt Maintenance

April 16, 2019, EDITOR’S UPDATE:  The graphic incorrectly states there are 10,700 gas station in the United States when there are about 168,000 and of them, about 126,658 are convenience stores that sell gas.  We apologize for this gross error and thank Pedro De Jesus for bringing it to our...

A Quick Review of State Regulations for Fuel Dispenser Filters [Part 2]

This is the second blog of the two-part blog series, “A Quick Review of State Regulations for Fuel Dispenser Filters”. In the first part, we covered micron rating requirements for gas station dispenser filters for different states. This blog will continue the review for the remaining states.
Which Countries Have the Largest Proven Oil Reserves

Which Countries Have the Largest Proven Oil Reserves

When we talk about oil reserves, they can basically be divided into three categories: Proven oil reserves Probable oil reserves Possible oil reserves
A Brief History of the United States Fuel Retail Industry

A Brief History of the United States Fuel Retail Industry

It all started when New Haven speculator James Townsend hired America’s first-to-be successful wildcatter, Edwin Drake, to explore the land of Titusville for oil deposits.
Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 8 Podcast: EVO Series Training with Ben Thomas

Franklin Fueling “Let’s Be Frank” Episode 8 Podcast: EVO Series Training with Ben Thomas

Welcome to the latest episode of Franklin Fueling’s Let’s Be Frank podcasts hosted by Kali Kinziger. Let’s Be Frank podcasts are perfect to introduce newbies to the petroleum equipment industry; from the latest products, new technology, install and maintenance tips and tricks to brushing up on the latest industry trends....
Universal Valve: Which Is Really Better – Cross-linked or Linear Polyethylene?

Universal Valve: Which Is Really Better – Cross-linked or Linear Polyethylene?

Are you providing your customer with the safest and best long term performance spill container?       Universal Valve 69RT and 71CD spill containers are equipped with a Cross-Link Polyethylene Bellow. Research shows that Cross-Link Polyethylene is far superior to Linear Polyethylene. An Environmental stress test (ASTM method D-1693...
How to Ensure Your Gas Station Success With Adequate Forecourt Maintenance

How to Ensure Your Gas Station Success With Adequate Forecourt Maintenance

April 16, 2019, EDITOR’S UPDATE:  The graphic incorrectly states there are 10,700 gas station in the United States when there are about 168,000 and of them, about 126,658 are convenience stores that sell gas.  We apologize for this gross error and thank Pedro De Jesus for bringing it to our...
A Quick Review of State Regulations for Fuel Dispenser Filters [Part 2]

A Quick Review of State Regulations for Fuel Dispenser Filters [Part 2]

This is the second blog of the two-part blog series, “A Quick Review of State Regulations for Fuel Dispenser Filters”. In the first part, we covered micron rating requirements for gas station dispenser filters for different states. This blog will continue the review for the remaining states.