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July 23, 2016

D&H United Fueling Services and Leighton O’Brien expand strategic partnership

D&H United becomes Leighton O’Brien’s exclusive fuel cleaning & polishing distributor in Texas.

Houston and San Antonio, 20 July, 2016 – D&H United Fueling Solutions, known for fuel system installation, service and equipment distribution throughout Texas and the Southwest region of the US, and leading fuel analytics and field technologies company Leighton O’Brien, today announced an expansion of its strategic partnership whereby D&H United Fueling Solutions will acquire Leighton O’Brien’s existing Texas business and the State of Texas territory.

The partnership will include Leighton O’Brien Vice President of Operations Mike Thornton joining the D&H United team. Mr Thornton will continue to manage the existing Leighton O’Brien and now D&H United’s tank and fuel cleaning business in Texas and be an intregal part of D&H United’s tank and fuel cleaning expansion thoughout the Southwest US. Leighton O’Brien’s Texas-based tank and fuel cleaning technicians will also join D&H United.


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D&H United Acquires DNL Petroleum Service

San Antonio and Houston, Texas – May 4, 2016 ‐ D&H United Fueling Solutions announced the acquisition of DNL Petroleum Service and Maintenance, a leading fuel system service company based in Houston, Texas. DNL will become the Houston branch office for D&H United Fueling Solutions and DNL personnel located in Dallas will join the D&H United Dallas branch. DNL founder Darin Gingrich will join D&H United Fueling Solutions as the Houston branch manager.

D&H United CEO Bo Sasnett stated, “We are really pleased to have Darin and the entire DNL team join our company.

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August 15, 2016

Ideas 2 Go Visits Latitudes

Latitudes combines elements of grocery, convenience retailing, fueling and foodservice into a neighborhood hangout, especially for community groups — which makes perfect sense given that it was designed by community focus groups. (Rio Rancho, NM)

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July 22, 2016

EPA Research Shows Moderate or Severe Corrosion in Diesel UST's

Report shows that 83% of the underground storage tanks studied exhibited moderate or severe corrosion, but less than 25% of owners were aware of the corrosion.

WASHINGTON – In a report released this week on corrosion inside diesel fuel underground storage tanks (UST), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found moderate or severe corrosion that could affect metal components inside both steel and fiberglass underground tank systems, according to the report.

Corrosion inside USTs can cause equipment failure by preventing proper operation of release detection and prevention equipment. If left unchecked, corrosion could cause UST system failures and releases, which could lead to groundwater contamination.

EPA’s report shows that 35 of 42 of the USTs studied, or 83%, exhibited moderate or severe corrosion, but less than 25% of owners were aware of corrosion prior to the internal inspection.

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July 14, 2016

Diesel Fuel’s Quality Problem

Let us start with one simple fact, it is illegal to even sell gasoline without the minimum amount of detergent additives established by the EPA. Specifically citing the code, 40 CFR 80.161—“Gasoline may not be sold or transferred to a party who sells or transfers gasoline to the ultimate consumer unless such gasoline contains detergent additives which have been certified according to the requirements of this section.” While this minimum requirement is a necessary starting point, most engine OEM’s today recommend going far beyond the EPA minimum requirements by encouraging that Top Tier gasoline’s be used in their engines.

So one might wonder what would happen if you decided to run your car on raw gasoline and just ignored the detergent and performance requirements of modern engines? The results would not likely be good. Injectors would clog, emissions would increase and you just might find yourself stuck on the roadside. Despite that reality diesel fuel users, both on the consumer side at home and in commercial fleets at work, are doing that very thing. They are dumping raw diesel fuel into a very advanced engine and many are learning the hard way this may not be a great idea.

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May 26, 2016

Gears That Keep Technology Moving

Industry standards improve profitability by reducing costs and improving competitiveness.

Standards, in my early days of retailing, were always there to set expectations, something to work by, and measure compliance success with. Then I learned about technical standards. NAXML, EDI, ISO, ARTS, PCI—and the acronyms go on. These weren’t as easy to understand and were sometimes competing with one another. But I began to discover that underlying the “geek speak” was something where gears were in motion to make technology work within a business more efficiently and in an integrated way.

The petroleum and c-store industry in the U.S. began talking about standards at a time when systems being used at c-stores were catching up to other retail systems and were challenged by some of the industry’s unique characteristics often driven by fuel considerations.

Recognizing the need for fuel dispensers to “talk” to point of sale (POS) systems, and POS systems to “talk” to back-office systems, and back-office systems to “talk” to fuel suppliers and inventory systems, a standards body, now Conexxus—originally known as PCATS—got underway.

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April 28, 2016

New PCI Data Security Standard Published

New security standards from PCI address the growing threat to customer payment information.

A new version of the data security standard from the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC) has now been published. Businesses around the world use these standards to safeguard payment data before, during and after a purchase is made.

The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2 replaces version 3.1 to address growing threats to customer payment information. Companies that accept, process or receive payments should adopt it as soon as possible to prevent, detect and respond to cyberattacks that can lead to breaches. Version 3.1 will expire on Oct. 31, 2016.

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April 6, 2016

MasterCard Says Consumers Embracing EMV

Credit-card giant sees momentum in U.S. adoption

PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Americans are embracing EMV chip cards, six months after liability for fraudulent purchases made with Europay MasterCard Visa (EMV) cards inside stores passed to merchants, according to a major credit-card company.

While consumers increasingly “dip” their cards to pay inside stores, card issuers and merchants have also made progress, say officials with MasterCard, Purchase, N.Y. In a press release, officials said statistics show increases in both chip-card availability and the number of merchants accepting them:

More than two-thirds (67%) of U.S.-issued, MasterCard-branded consumer credit cards now feature chips.

The chip-card number represents a 51% increase in consumer credit cards with chips in the market since the Oct. 1, 2015, liability shift.

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March 28, 2016

Nine Things You Should Do When Skimming Strikes

M-PACT speaker says increasing criminal activity has no end in sight.

INDIANAPOLIS — Sandra Morgenstern, president of Par Mar Oil Co. and a 2015 Convenience Store News Woman of the Year, was a victim of credit card and debit card skimming at the pump at her 50-store chain based in Marietta, Ohio.

She is certainly not alone. As highlighted during an educational session that took place March 24 at M-PACT 2016, a regional trade show covering the states of Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana, more and more retailers are being confronted with this predicament.

Morgenstern introduced "Skimming the Surface" session presenter Chris Ingram, an attorney with Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, who started off by pointing out that with an estimated 29 million Americans paying for gasoline with a debit card or credit card at the pump every day, skimming will not go away anytime soon.

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March 25, 2016

CEFCO Opens First Sonic at Newest Prototype Store

Site also features "Fresh Eats" and "Fresh Joe" grab-n-go, coffee offerings.

PANHANDLE, Texas — CEFCO Convenience Stores' newest prototype store features a Sonic restaurant, a first for the convenience retailer.

The convenience store in Panhandle is CEFCO's 23rd 5,500-square-foot prototype location the retailer has opened in the past several years. It is the second prototype location to open this year.

CEFCO's newest-generation store reflects the latest design. It incorporates a number of innovative enhancements made possible by an open, fresh design, with modern treatments, and upgraded finishes, according to the company.

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March 14, 2016

Minnesota to launch anti-skimming campaign at the pump

Minnesota Commerce Commissioner Mike Rothman has announced the launch of a new statewide crackdown on the threat of credit card skimmers hidden in pumps at gas stations.

Rothman made the announcement at Bobby & Steve’s Auto World in Bloomington, where alert employees recently caught three men who were trying to install a skimmer in a gas pump.

The Commerce Department’s Weights & Measures and Enforcement divisions will be conducting Minnesota’s first-ever inspection sweep of gas stations across the state to protect consumers against skimmers. The department is also starting an outreach and education campaign with gas station operators to help protect their customers.

“The Commerce Department is determined to prevent and halt this emerging threat to Minnesota consumers,” said Rothman.

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March 9, 2016

Exxonmobil Launches Speedpass+ App with Apple Pay

Mobile payment app enables customers to pay for fuel at the pump with a smartphone.

​SPRING, Texas – ExxonMobil is the first major fuel retailer to accept mobile payment at the pump, including Apple Pay, throughout the majority of its U.S. network. The Speedpass+ mobile payment app is now available at more than 6,000 Exxon- and Mobil-branded retail stations across the United States.

The app enables customers to authorize a pump for payment securely through the use of cloud-based technology. Customers have the option to select Apple Pay as a default form of payment from within the app.

“ExxonMobil wants to make filling up your vehicle even more convenient, and the Speedpass+ app has been designed to save you time at the pump,” said Matt Bergeron, vice president fuels and lubricants marketing at ExxonMobil, in a press release.

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February 24, 2016

How the EPA Is Cracking Down On UST Violations

Nine stations face fines after repeated non-compliance on underground storage tanks.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached settlements with nine gas stations in Alaska, Oregon and Washington after the stations in question were found to be out of compliance with federal laws designed to protect underground sources of drinking water from fuel stored in underground storage tanks (UST).

According to a report from Water Online, the nine stations received increased penalties due to repeated violations, and one station is currently blocked from receiving fuel shipments for continued non-compliance. The financial penalties ranged from $3,400 to more than $13,000.

Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act’s underground storage tank regulations, facilities that store petroleum or other certain hazardous liquids underground are required to install and maintain line leak detector systems on underground piping and conduct line tests.

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February 22, 2016

Visa Debuts Fuel App Featuring Car-Based Commerce

Motorists alerted when gas is low, directed to nearest c-store.

SAN FRANCISCO — Convenience store and gas station customers could soon have a new technologically advanced experience at the pump.

Visa Inc. announced it will introduce the Fuel App concept as part of its larger Visa Token Service to auto manufacturers. According to Visa, Fuel App detects when a car is low on fuel and navigates the driver to nearby gas stations. Once the car is parked next to the pump, the app takes it one step further as it knows the exact amount of gas needed to fill the tank and can calculate the cost to fill up.

Fuel App also allows the driver to purchase c-store items with full integration of discount and loyalty/rewards programs.

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February 19, 2016

Biodiesel Poised for Acceleration

Production of the renewable fuel has doubled in recent years.

AMES, Iowa — Biodiesel could be the next great opportunity for convenience store retailers at the fuel pump.

“Biodiesel production has doubled in just the past six years,” Troy Shoen, senior manager of marketing for Renewable Energy Group, the largest producer of biodiesel, told CSNews Online in an exclusive interview. “Biodiesel will ride the wave of diesel."

The renewable fuel is produced from vegetable oils, animal fats and recycled cooking oil. It can be blended with petroleum diesel fuel in any proportion and can be used in existing diesel engines without modification. When blended with diesel, the resulting fuel sold at the pump carries a “B” designation. For example, B5 means 5 percent of the fuel is biodiesel, with the remainder being diesel. Another popular blend, B20, represents a fuel with 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent diesel.

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February 9, 2016

Gas stations, c-stores most hit by data breach, says latest study

Convenience store chains and gas station networks appear to be the businesses most vulnerable to data breaches, according to a study entitled Data Breach QuickView: 2015 Data Breach Trends conducted by Richmond, Virginia-based Risk Based Security.

According to a CSP Daily News article, six of the Top 12 “repeat offenders” are oil companies and conveniences stores with Shell Oil ranking number 1 followed by 7-Eleven in terms of multiple data-security breaches incidents.

Houston, Texas-based Shell had 14 data breaches while Dallas, Texas-based 7-Eleven tied with Charlotte, North Carolina-based Bank of America with 13 each.

Laval, Quebec-based Circle K (10 breaches), Irving, Texas-based ExxonMobil (7), Houston-based Marathon Petroleum Corporation (5) and Philadelphia-based Sunoco (6) being on the list reaffirms the retailers’ security deficiencies.

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February 3, 2016

Top 10 States Data Thieves Like Best

RICHMOND, Va. -- Although California’s large size and population may explain why it’s the state with the most data breaches in 2015, Indiana—15th in population and 38th in size (vs. California at No. 1 and No. 3, respectively)—ranked highest in the nation for the total number of exposed records, according to a study from a risk management firm.

In its recently released study 2015 Data Breach Trends, Risk Based Security Inc., Richmond, Va., tallied up the total number of reported breaches and exposed records that occurred last year and presented its findings by state.

"To find out the unexpectedly high numbers of convenience-store retailers and oil companies that experienced breaches in 2015, look for more in tomorrow’s CSP Daily News."

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January 29, 2016

ExxonMobil to allow Apple Pay at the pump

Apple CEO Tim Cook has announced that the company will be introducing Apple Pay compatible Speedpass+ touchless payment system at all ExxonMobil gas stations in the U.S.

During Apple´s quarterly earnings call, Cook revealed that ExxonMobil´s Speedpass+ payment app for smartphones will now support Apple devices, which means iPhone users will be able to pay directly at the pump with their phones.

ExxonMobil´s exclusive app Speedpass+ already functions in over 5,000 of the company´s gas stations, according to Apple Insider.

Rival fuel operator Chevron started using Apple Pay at the pump in the summer of 2015 with a pilot program in the Bay Area. Customers can just scan their phones or Apple Watch at pump and get back on the road.

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January 28, 2016

Apple Pay Is Coming To ATMs From Bank Of America And Wells Fargo

Both Bank Of America and Wells Fargo are working on integrating Apple Pay into their ATMs, according to a source familiar with the teams on the projects. Engineers at both companies have been placed on multi-month assignments to build the Apple Pay options. I’ve confirmed the identity of at least one engineer who publicly lists themselves as a Bank Of America employee.

Wells Fargo’s head of ATMs Jonathan Velline implied Apple Pay would come to its ATMs. He confirmed that “We’ve been working on the technology that allows us to hook to digital wallets, leveraging NFC on mobile phones to replace the card at the transaction at the ATM. Right now the wallet that we support is Android Pay.”

Velline continued “But we’re also looking at lots of different mobile wallets and evaluating which ones are going to be appropriate for our customers. We’ll likely add more mobile wallets throughout the year.

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January 28, 2016

Shell transitioning Houston truck fleet from diesel to LNG

Royal Dutch Shell is switching its trucking fleet to more liquefied natural gas-fueled vehicles in Houston and Louisiana as more companies increasingly move away from dirtier diesel fuel.

The use of LNG and compressed natural gas — another new CNG fueling station opened Thursday in Houston — in commercial vehicles has rapidly expanded because of the nation’s cheap and bountiful supply of natural gas.

Shell said Thursday it partnered with Miami-based Ryder transportation company for 15 new, heavy-duty LNG trucks to support its oil and gas logistics operations in Houston and Lafayette, Louisiana. The 15 new trucks will replace diesel-fueled Shell vehicles. Shell will provide the LNG fuel.

“LNG can be a good choice for truck owners and more are making the switch to LNG,” said Dan Flynn.

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January 13, 2016

The United Family Celebrates 100th Anniversary

The United Family will kick off the year-long birthday celebration on Jan. 16, 2016, by giving away 100,000 free cupcakes to customers.

In 2016, The United Family will celebrate the 100th anniversary of United Supermarkets. In 1916, the company began as the United Cash Store in Sayre, Okla., and has since grown into a multi-banner, Texas-based grocery chain with 66 stores in 36 communities, operating United Supermarkets, Market Street, Albertsons Market and Amigos grocery locations, as well as United Express fuel and convenience stores, throughout West Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth and Eastern New Mexico.

“Reaching our 100th anniversary is a remarkable accomplishment, and a true testament to the hard work and dedication of all our team members through the years, as well as our loyal guests in each of our communities,” said Robert Taylor, who was appointed CEO of The United Family in 2010. “Most importantly, this celebration is a tribute to the Snell family, because without their vision and leadership, United wouldn’t be the beloved supermarket it is today.”


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January 12, 2016

Alon Plots Increased Presence for Reduced Emissions Fuel

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Alon is so pleased with its introduction of the GreenPrint Strive Reduced Emissions Fuel Program that the convenience store chain expects to expand the program to many more markets in 2016, Jonathan Ketchum, senior vice president of retail for Alon Brands, told CSNews Online in an exclusive interview.

“We’ve expanded the program in Albuquerque and are in discussions with GreenPrint about moving the program to other markets as well,” he said. “We don’t just see it as an Alburquerque-centric program. We’d like to expand this to all 309 of our locations and integrate this into our overall marketing program."

Per gallon of gasoline, GreenPrint LLC’s Strive Reduced Emissions Fuel Program calculates a consumer’s tailpipe emissions and then plants trees and invests in other projects to lower those carbon emissions in the atmosphere.


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December 10, 2015

More C-store Chains Going All In on Mobile Tech

CSNews Technology Studt reveals rise in apps and mobile payment.

NATIONAL REPORT — Considering smartphones are quickly becoming the No. 1 form of communication for many consumers, convenience store retailers are going “all in” in regards to launching mobile apps for their brands, which often incorporate loyalty programs and mobile payment, according to the just-released 2015 Convenience Store News Technology Study.

Convenience giant 7-Eleven Inc.’s debut of 7Rewards was one of the highest-profile industry apps to debut in the past year. In addition, the power of c-store retailer apps was proven when Cumberland Farms Inc. announced on Oct. 1 of this year that its SmartPay app reached $1 billion in sales volume just two years after its release.

Nearly 39 percent of c-store chains responding to this year’s CSNews Technology Study reported they now offer an app to their customers, more than a 10-percentage-point rise compared to the 2014 study. More than 62 percent of chains also offer a loyalty program, a solid 4-percentage- point increase year over year.

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December 8, 2015

Gilbarco Passport Receives First FDC EMV Certification

First Data approval will accelerate customer compliance for both transaction types

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Gilbarco Veeder-Root has been certified by First Data Corp. (FDC) to accept Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) transactions on its Passport POS.

As one of the first petroleum retail point-of-sale solutions to execute live transactions on both debit and credit EMV chip cards, Passport will provide retailers with a seamless upgrade as more and more consumers adopt the new cards. First Data has been producing EMV-enabled cards and processing EMV transactions for years.

“Gilbarco is excited to continue our legacy of first-to-market EMV technology,” said Kevin Bailey, Gilbarco director of North America point of sale. “Our wide range of both indoor and forecourt EMV offerings not only meets the requirements, but also generates a return on investment.

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December 4, 2015

NGVAmerica Praises Congress for FAST

Surface Transportation Law Allows Heavier Natural Gas Trucks

Trucks fueled by compressed natural gas or liquefied natural gas may now be 2,000 pounds heavier than diesels, making up for some of the loss of payload suffered by the clean fuel vehicles. Passage of the five-year Fixing America’s Surface Transportation law will help advance natural gas as a transportation fuel, says NGVAmerica.

FAST, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, allows heavier natural gas vehicles to operate.

“The FAST Act will help put more natural gas vehicles on American roads,” association president Matt Godlewski said in a release.

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November 24, 2015

New Love’s Location Offers Compressed Natural Gas

Drivers now have the option to fill up with CNG at 16 Love’s locations.

Six Love’s Travel Stops on the 1,000-mile stretch of Interstate 40 between Albuquerque, N.M., and West Memphis, Ark. now offer professional drivers the option to fill up with compressed natural gas (CNG). The new Love’s in Albuquerque, N.M. along Interstate 40, Exit 149, is the newest location to offer Love’s Fast-Fill CNG for heavy-duty trucks and a CNG fueling option for motorists.

“Love’s now has a total of 16 locations offering Love’s Fast-Fill CNG, and this is our first location with the alternative fuel offering in New Mexico,” said Greg Love, co-CEO of Love’s. “Love’s has operated in Albuquerque, N.M. proudly for more than 30 years. Our new store will have the same excellent customer service and our newest amenities.”

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November 18, 2015

Alon Puts New Spin on Truck Stop Model

7-Eleven licensee opens two prototype stores, with more to come.

EL PASO, Texas — When Alon Brands LLC bought West Convenience in 2001, the site that is now its newest 7-Eleven prototype store was included in the deal. However, Alon tried to unload the El Paso location because it didn’t think it was “c-store material,” recalled Jonathan Ketchum, senior vice president of Dallas-based Alon Brands, the largest U.S. 7-Eleven licensee.

That was until the state built an international bridge and loop from Mexico into El Paso, and the area became increasingly busy. Alon soon switched gears and instead of unloading the site, it purchased two adjacent parcels in 2015, totaling two acres of land to build upon.

Just last month, the retailer opened a new store on the site that ushers in a fresh look for Alon’s 7-Eleven stores.

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November 2015

Opinion: Why We Must Push for PINs

There’s no question the migration to EMV will be difficult and costly. You know the hurdles your company has to face, including the costs involved, the logistics and the potential disruption of your day-to-day operations.

As part of my job with Conexxus, my biggest message going forward is the need to add personal identification numbers (PINs) to chip cards. Doing so will drastically reduce the potential for fraud as c-store operators move as best they can toward installing EMV-certified and -tested hardware and software.

There are two indisputable facts: According to the Federal Reserve Bank, signature transactions have a 400% greater fraud risk than PINs, and consumers know that PINs are far more secure than signatures. (They can also, contrary to the card companies’ assertion, easily remember four-digit PINs!)

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October 29, 2015

Love’s Debuts New Travel Stops in Italy, Texas

New site to serve the convenience needs of drivers traveling to and from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Love’s Travel Stops has opened a new location in Italy, Texas, along Interstate 35E, Exit 386. The opening of the newest facility brings the total number of Love’s in the Lone Star State to 54.

The new store offers gourmet coffee, fresh fruit, gift items, name-brand electronics, a Carl’s Jr. restaurant and more. The 24/7 travel stop features seven showers, 97 parking spaces, RFID cardless fueling, CAT scales and a Love’s Truck Tire Care center.


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September 30, 2015

How UST Regulations Have Impacted Retailers

Retail fuelers have benefited from a series of lankmark advancements.

Looking back, the level of naivety is almost stunning. For decades, fuel retailers had been storing their supplies on-site and below ground in underground storage tanks (USTs). The installation followed a basic template: dig a hole; put the UST in it; cover it with concrete, asphalt or, in some cases, gravel; leave an access pipe protruding; and pump a volatile fluid into it — without ever really knowing what was happening beneath the surface.

Well, in 1995, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found out exactly what was happening: As many as 30 percent of the more than one million USTs containing petroleum products or other hazardous substances had been or were currently leaking, with an estimated 50 percent of those leaks eventually reaching and contaminating local groundwater supplies.

In response, the EPA created its “Federal Regulations for Underground Storage Tank Systems” and set an implementation date of December 1998. To say these new UST regulations were significant to manufacturers, marketers and the retail-fueling industry as a whole would be a gross understatement.

What these regulations — which demanded that USTs and their system piping incorporate technology that would monitor, detect and prevent spills, overfills, leaks and corrosion.

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September 29, 2015

Priming the Pump

(L-R: Construction administrator April Siddens, construction manager Jeff Bucknam and D/FW branch manager Adam Coleman.)

DALLAS/FORT WORTH – Fuel System construction has met its match: D&H United Fueling Solutions Inc. recently purchased the assets of D&H Petroleum and Environmental and United Pump Supply. The companies will be combined and known as D&H United Fueling Solutions Inc.

D/FW branch manager Adam Coleman says change in the economy and the emphasis on alternative fuels such as CNG and LNG, as well as the new mandatory incoming payment card system (“EMV”) requirements, created a need for the purchase.

“It became apparent over the last couple of years that if we were going to grow, that we need to be in a different structure because the fuel equipment and construction landscape has changed and is continuing to change,” he says.

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August 31, 2015

PRESS RELEASE: D&H United Fueling Solutions Announces Acquisition and Executive Team

San Antonio, Texas (August 31, 2015) D&H United Fueling Solutions, Inc., announced today the purchase of the assets of D&H Pump and Environmental and United Pump Supply. The combined companies will be known as D&H United Fueling Solutions, Inc.

John Farrell, a longtime key executive, will continue with the company and has been named Chief Operating Officer (COO). The existing branch management teams will continue to oversee the company's seven branch office and warehouse locations across Texas and New Mexico. In addition, Bo Sasnett, a 30-year industry veteran, has joined the company as Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Sasnett stated, "I am thrilled to be joining John Farrell and the entire team at D&H United Fueling Solutions. The company has a long history and an outstanding reputation in the industry as fueling solutions experts. As one company, we have an unmatched footprint across the Southwest that allows us to work with current and new customers as they grow in our markets. In addition, as a leading distributor for Gilbarco and other major suppliers, we are able to provide our customers with the latest EMV related technology as well as a full portfolio of other fueling related equipment and services across the Southwest."

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