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The NACS Retail Fuels Report, now in its 14th year, explains market conditions that affect gas prices — and what to watch for in 2015.

 

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Download the summary version of the 2015 NACS Retail Fuels Report here. This 48-page summary version has some of the backgrounders and other information. The complete report is only available online.

Introduction
These resources help facilitate an open discussion about the issues impacting supply, distribution and the future of fuels.

Highlights

Are You Average?
Some metrics looking at how the average American drives and uses fuel.

The Fueling Industry at a Glance
A snapshot look at the stores and infrastructures that provide fuels.

 

Consumer Research
NACS conducts monthly consumer surveys to learn how consumers shop for fuel what affects their buying decisions and what it means in a broader economic context.

Prices
Over the course of a year, fuels prices – and store profits – can wildly vary, with a number of factors contributing to these variations.

 

Retail Operations
Convenience stores sell 80% of the gasoline in the United States. Here’s how they operate.

Fuels
Gasoline remains the dominant fuel but new fuels are now gaining traction in the marketplace.

 

Research and Reports
From in-depth reports examining alternative fuels to broad looks at consumer trends, NACS and the Fuels Institute have developed resources addressing critical fuels-related issues.

Statistics and Historical Context
How gas is sold has evolved a great deal in the past century. Here are significant milestones and the latest data that define fueling today.

 

U.S. Gasoline Infrastructure
See how supply and distribution flows in your region with this interactive map.

Pipelines 101
The vast majority of the fuels distributed in the United State travels via pipelines. These interactive widgets show how the network of pipelines moves product.

 

Videos
NACS has developed a number of feature videos looking at the big picture of fueling, addressing both where we are going and where we have been.

Graphics
A collection of visuals looking at costs and regional disparities.