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Gazprom Neft reveals concept of robotic fuel station

The fuel filling process was automated with the help of a robot manipulator and implemented for the first time in Russia without the participation of personnel. The robot manipulator is currently being tested for further implementation at airport fuel stations. Gazpromneft-Aero and the Digital Innovations Center of Gazprom Neft in cooperation with the Central Research…
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Shell and General Motors deliver nationwide in-dash fuel payment

First-ever embedded in-dash fuel payment technology live at Shell branded sites across the country. Shell Oil Company and General Motors have announced today that Shell-branded stations across the United States now accept the automotive industry's first-ever embedded, in-dash fuel payment and loyalty experience. Customers who look to fuel their eligible Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac…
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Anheuser-Busch orders 800 hydrogen trucks from Nikola

U.S. brewery Anheuser-Busch plans to convert its entire fleet to renewable power by 2025. After filing a patent infringement lawsuit against Tesla Motors last week, Nikola Motor Company has announced an order from Anheuser-Busch for 800 hydrogen-electric powered semi-trucks. The zero-emission trucks, which will be able to travel between 500 and 1,200 miles and be…
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PEI Links UST Owners TO Testing Procedures, Contractor as EPA Nixes Compliance Deadline Extension Request

  U.S. owners of underground storage tanks (USTs) need not fear a contractor shortage after the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) July 24 denial to extend by six years its Oct. 13 compliance deadline for portions of the 2015 federal UST regulations. Several trade associations, 25 U.S. senators and 20 U.S. representatives requested the extension. The parties questioned the feasibility…
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