Due to flooding events across the country, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) executed a Regional Emergency Declaration for sixteen states.
It is likely that the 2018-2019 winter heating season will finish out the year being recorded as colder than we have seen recently. While nowhere near as cold as the historic 2013-2014 polar vortex season, by the third week of March this season had seen 454 more heating degree days than average across the 2015 through 2017 seasons, at the same point.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee executed an Emergency declaration that includes an Hours of Service Waiver in response to extreme flooding. The waiver is in effect from March 7, 2019 until 12:01 am Central Time April 7, 2019. Download the Tennessee Executive Order – Hours of Service Waiver Guidance on emergency declarations and waivers by the […]
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz declared an emergency in response to significant winter storms and severe weather. The declaration is effective through March 23, 2019. Download the Minnesota Declaration The latest guidance on emergency declarations and waivers by the National Association of State Energy Officials is available here. Please direct any questions to or share new information […]
Governor Doug Ducey has issued an Emergency Hours of Service Waiver for propane, diesel fuel, and gasoline products in response to severe weather and continued high demand. The waiver is in effect from February 28, 2019 until March 15, 2019.
Governor Doug Burgum extended an Hours of Service Waiver for propane, diesel fuel, and gasoline products in response to severe weather and continued high demand. The waiver is in effect extended until March 22, 2019.