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As we approach the colder months, it’s important to ensure our fuel supplies are healthy and usable throughout the winter. Normal diesel and cold weather do not mix, and in order to protect your fuel supplies, it is essential to use cold flow anti-gel diesel. So, how do you know if you need this for your diesel? And what should you be looking for to determine when and how to use this anti-gel? In this episode, I will be explaining the advantages and disadvantages of different treatments, how to use them, and when you will need to start using them. You can find show notes and more at:
The price of fuel is a big topic at the moment. The cost of living is rising due to inflation, and petrol is no exception. Because of this, people are becoming concerned about how they will afford to drive their cars and wondering if there is any way to make their gasoline last a little bit longer. So, in this episode, I will share how to get the best mileage out of your gasoline. You can find show notes and more at:
We’ve previously spoken about storage tank corrosion and microbial-induced corrosion, both of which are plaguing fuel storage systems across the country. Unfortunately, this issue is not getting any better. However, not all corrosion is the same. There is a specific type of corrosion that is problematic for fuel management professionals, and that is vapor space corrosion. To discuss exactly what this is, how to manage it if you have this in your storage system, and how to lower your risk of this type of corrosion is Kelly Baker, Business Development Manager of Zerust – Oil & Gas for North America. You can find show notes and more at:
It’s hard to know what you can believe in the fuel industry. Like many other industries, there is plenty of information available online that is biased and created by companies that have a specific agenda in mind. So, how do you know what is genuinely working and what is not? And where do you find information that isn’t advocating for any specific outcome? Jeff Hove, the Vice President of the Fuels Institute, an objective and collaborative research organization that does not advocate, joins the show today to share their unbiased and research-based opinion of the fuel markets. You can find show notes and more at:
Today’s topic isn’t something you will hear many people discuss at dinner parties, however, it is something that impacts thousands of professionals across North America. This issue is storage tank corrosion. One thing is clear, corrosion is the number one enemy of a storage vessel. This shortens the life of a tank, increases the risk of contamination, and therefore, leads to storage tank failure. So, how can we prevent this? Patrick Smyth, President of Octane Systems Inc and well versed in this topic, will be joining the show to walk us through everything we need to know about this common problem. You can find show notes and more at:
Hurricane season starts in June, so this is an important episode to tune into in order to get an idea of what you can do to make sure you’re prepared. In today's episode, I will give insight into how the season works, where predictions come from, and steps you can take to plan and protect fuel. You can find show notes and more at: 
If you deal with stored fuel to any extent, you are going to have to deal with microbial issues in that storage tank. This is why finding the right biocides to help treat that fuel is so important—and the main thing you’ll learn about in today’s episode. Our guest, Sean Vliet of Vink Chemical, has a ton of expertise in the realm of biocides and treating stored fuel, and he joins us today to share some important insight. You can find show notes and more at: 
When you’re trying to choose the right fuel treatment, how do you know a good one from a not-so-good one? If you aren’t in the fuel industry, looking at the options available can be confusing and frustrating, so in this episode, I'll be going over how to find out what you need to know and make an educated choice when it comes to fuel additives. You can find show notes and more at: 
Are the fuels of today the same as the fuels of the past? The short answer is no. Fuel and the way that we use fuel have changed immensely over the past couple of decades. There have been three driving factors that have contributed to this change, which we will be discussing in this episode. We will also discuss the impact that government regulation has had on the fuel industry and what you can expect to change moving forward. You can find show notes and more at:
Today we are continuing our conversation with Brian Hartley, owner of Diesel Dialysis. Last week we talked about how fuel maintenance has changed from the way it was in the past and the real reasons people get suspicious of the professionals within the fuel industry. In this episode, we will be diving deep into the topic of good fuel sampling and why test results are only as good as the sample that you have. You can find show notes and more at: 
Today we are diving into another exciting discussion about tank and fuel storage maintenance. This is something that requires a good amount of professional acumen to do, specifically if you want to have it done well. So, in this episode, Brian Hartley, owner of Diesel Dialysis, will be sharing the most important steps you need to take to make sure you’re taking care of your fuel properly. You can find show notes and more at: 
Today we have Corey Agnew, the Director of Fuel Quality at Guardian Fueling Technologies, joining the show for part two of our conversation on fuel health. (If you haven't already, make sure to check out part one to learn how to properly take care of high-turn fuel versus low-turn fuel, common issues faced in the retail sector, and what the typical service call with a fuel service professional might look like.) In this episode, we will be talking about what Corey predicts for the future of fuel, as well as how to tell a good fuel-servicing company from a bad one. You can find show notes and more at:
If you think about the business marketplace out there—and all of the different places that use fuel in their operations—most store fuel in preparation for future uses. If you work somewhere that requires dealing with stored fuel, such as a fire station, hospital, or health care facility, it is likely that you will have to deal with a fuel service professional at some point. So, that is exactly what we will be talking about today with a guest who knows the industry very well: Corey Agnew, the Director of Fuel Quality at Guardian Fueling Technologies. You can find show notes and more at: 
Welcome to the inaugural episode of The Fuel Pulse Show! This podcast focuses on developing ways to improve people’s lives and make the world a better place through the proper use of fuel. Join your host Erik Bjornstad, the Technical Director for Bell Performance, as he speaks with industry leaders and knowledgeable experts about the exciting advancements, challenges faced, and more in the world of fuel. You can find show notes and more at: 
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