TheTulsaLetter is the official newsletter of PEI and focuses on industry and association news. Regularly published by PEI since 1951, the TulsaLetter is relied upon by industry insiders for the latest information and updates on state and federal regulations, equipment standards, industry trends and personnel changes.

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Issue Quarter: 3Q 2015
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Wednesday, August 5, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 15

PEI Open House, NCWM Annual Meeting, PEI Convention Deadlines


Monday, July 27, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 14

PEI Election Results, DEF Committee Revises RP1100, Jones & Frank Names Bolch CEO

Monday, July 13, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 13

Answers to Questions About New UST Regulation, RFS Down The Road, PEI Looking For Technical Writer, PEI Service Manager Networking Groups

Issue Quarter: 2Q 2015
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 12

Summary of Revised Federal UST Rule, Alternative Fuels, EMV October Deadline


Wednesday, June 17, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 11

Why PEI Members Fail, EPA Issues PVI Guide, Future of Ethanol, Navy’s Plans for Red Hill

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 10

EPA Proposes RFS Targets, USDA Grants for Ethanol Dispensers, NREL Releases E15 Infrastructure Report

Thursday, May 21, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 9

PEI Convention Registration Open, Acterra and J8 Merge, Kemp Scholarship Recipients Named, New Jersey Self Service Gets a Boost, PEI Distributor Profitability Survey

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 8

PEI Board Meeting, OMB Approves Federal UST Rule, PEI Women Conference

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 7

Member Companies Changing Ownership, State Tank Regulations, NATSO & SIGMA Make Personnel Changes, NTSB Weighs In On Dot-111 Replacement/Upgrade

Wednesday, April 1, 2015 Vol. 65, No. 6

Contractor Outlook, Oil Company Acquisitions, UST Cases Settled


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