Last week, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced they are extending a previous exemption related to the security threat assessment for renewal of commercial drivers’ hazardous materials endorsement (HME). The original exemption was issued April 8, 2020 and scheduled to expire July 31, 2020. That exemption allowed states to extend by up to 180 days the […]
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles executed an emergency declaration and Hours of Service Waiver for Connecticut in response to Tropical Storm Isaias. The declaration waives hours of service requirements for the transportation of diesel fuel, heating oil, kerosene, propane and gasoline.
As backdrop, the IHS Markit forecast for global and U.S. crude oil outlook remains mostly unchanged from the previous month. The primary change is a revision to 2021 U.S. production adjusting for a tempered estimate of how much production will be permanently shut-in and the rate of a production recovery.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper executed an emergency declaration and Hours of Service Waiver for North Carolina in response to Hurricane Isaias. The declaration waives hours-of-service requirements for those providing direct relief or assistance as a result of the weather, including propane.
This week, President Trump signed S. 4148, a three-year extension of the Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards Program, which sets security requirements for chemical and energy facilities across the country. The three-year extension will renew the existing program requirements through July 27, 2023.