PEI Journal

The PEI Journal is published quarterly and sent to all PEI member companies, including listed branches, as well as individual Operations and Engineering members as part of their member benefits. Each issue offers insightful articles to help your business grow, discover new industry trends and increase efficiencies.

What's ahead for the petroleum and energy handling industry? From emerging fuels to new regulations, the PEI Journal offers perspective on coming industry trends.

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Q2 2018 Editorial Sneek Peek:

NCWIM Interim Meeting
PEI's J. Rex Brown breaks down the details from the National Conference on Weights and Measures Interim Meeting in January in St. Pete Beach, Florida. What's up for vote? What's been tabled? And why should PEI members care?

National Lab Research
Kristi Moriarty, a senior engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and Mike Kass, a researcher in the Fuels, Engines and Emissions Research Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), team up to share the latest fuel research efforts at the U.S. government's prestigious labs.

What I Wish I Knew Then
Editor in Chief Kristen Wright summarizes the business decisions, career advice and musings of a five-member expert panel from the 2018 PEI Young Executives Winter Conference in Nashville. Panelists are:

  • PEI President Robert Peavey, president of PumpTex Inc.
  • 2017 PEI President Craig Hoyer, president of Kubat Equipment & Service Co.
  • 2009 PEI President Blair Shwedo, president of SouthEastern Petroleum Systems Inc.
  • Former PEI board member Sara Beck, chairman and CEO of Meco Inc. of Montgomery
  • Former PEI board member Brad Baker, executive vice president of Husky Corp.

Stop Satisfying Your Customers
Famed customer service guru and speaker Chip Bell writes that customers have changed, but businesses are providing the same customer service they did 10 years ago. If you think your customers care only about the quality, functionality and price of your pumps, tanks or payment systems, you're at risk of being left far behind.

NCWM Dispensing Exam
NCWM Executive Director Don Onwiler explains the organization's professional certification exams on retail motor fuel dispensing systems. In addition, the NCWM soon will offer two new exams outside of the professional certification program for use by states as qualifiers for people applying to be registered service agents. One is for scale service agents; the other for metering service agents. 






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