More Hose Options for More Fuel Demands
As the fueling landscape continues to evolve, so do your customers’ needs. In the fuel industry, there are now more fuel options on the market than ever before, fueling sustainability, choice and freedom. Meet the…Read More
Why Are My Pumps Running Slow?
Slow flow at your station can be caused by multiple circumstances, including both equipment and setup. The first step in diagnosing your issue is verifying there are no leaks in the system. If no leaks…Read More
Evora announces Dover Fueling Solutions Technology Roadshow to make a stop at their West Des Moines office
West Des Moines, Iowa – August 23, 2021 – Evora Petroleum Solutions (Evora), a Midwest partner for petroleum service, construction and compliance, today announced they will be hosting Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS)’s Technology Roadshow on…Read More
Evora Invests in Training Experience for Petroleum Team Members
(West Des Moines, Iowa) – In a rapidly growing industry, the need to train and maintain highly skilled petroleum technicians and petroleum installers is critical to serving the needs of Midwest fuel marketers. For many in this field,…Read More
What is your revenue and your reputation worth?
Rampant card skimming steals customers’ payment data and currently costs card issuers nearly $3 million a day. In addition to using stolen data to make fraudulent purchases, skimmers produce counterfeit cards for use at unsecure…Read More
EMV puts a serious dent in fraud
EMV chip cards and chip-activated merchants combat counterfeit fraud in the U.S.1 • For merchants who have completed the chip upgrade, counterfeit fraud dollars dropped 80% in September 2018 compared to September 2015. • Over…Read More
Reasons to convert to EMV
The cost of conversion is perhaps the biggest hurdle for fuel merchants. There’s no doubt that making a fueling facility EMV-compliant inside and out can be expensive. The number and age of a site’s dispensers,…Read More
Understanding New Containment Testing Requirements
State regulators are in the process of adopting their regulations in response to changes in federal UST requirements. Several significant changes will be made that require UST owners and operators to demonstrate that containments are…Read More
Identification, Causes, and Clean-up of Petroleum Spills
A one-gallon spill can cover approximately 50 square feet on an asphalt parking lot sloped at 5% and can travel 2 feet per second – or almost half a football field – in one minute.…Read More
What Do AST Owners Need To Know About Integrity Testing?
Most everyone is aware of the routine visual inspections required by the SPCC Rule; however, owners and operators of fuel and oil tanks subject to SPCC Regulations (Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) Title 40 Chapter…Read More
Spring Spill Bucket Maintenance
As summer begins to reveal itself, the warmer temps may also be exposing potential damage caused from this past winter. Polar vortex temperatures, snow melt, and wear and tear of traffic – including snowplows –…Read More