Former CIA Director James Woolsey Interviewed by T. Boone Pickens

Friday, May 29, 2015

They talk about "energy independence" in America, which is an imprecise and therefore misleading term. The U.S. is already independent with electricity. What we need is fuel independence. But more importantly, a robust market competition among fuels, which is entirely possible with the new few choice bill.

Listen to the interview here: Former CIA Director James Woolsey on American energy independence.


Beginning Fuel Competition

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

"If you were to build a gas station today, from the ground up," writes Landon Hall, "you’d scribble out a list of the types of fuel you’d want to offer your customers. At the top, of course, would be regular 87-octane unleaded gasoline, which contains 10 percent ethanol. But next on the list likely would be E85 ethanol blend.

"That’s right: Cheaper, cleaner-burning E85 might just be a hot seller, if you did it right. Mike Lewis, co-founder of Pearson Fuels in San Diego, has been selling it for 12 years, and he knows there’s a customer base out there for it. Last month he sold more than 34,000 gallons of E85 at his flagship station, accounting for 20.7 percent of his overall fuel sales.

"Customers consistently buy more E85 at the station than mid-grade gas (89 octane), premium (91) or diesel combined."

Read the rest: Fuel Competition in California.


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