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Ms. Arleen A. Alexander

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Local Address:  Montgomery , Alabama , United States
Southeast Region Association

Employment History

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PMAA - Executive Committee, 18 Dec 2014 [cached]
Arleen Alexander, Petroleum & Convenience Marketers of Alabama, Montgomery, AL Southeast Region Association Executive
P&CMA -- Petroleum&Convenience Marketers Association, 12 Aug 2012 [cached]
Arleen A. Alexander, CAE
Director, Industry Relations & Meetings
Regional Report: SOUTH UPDATE, 20 July 2006 [cached]
In Alabama, selling gasoline below-cost has been banned by law for over 20 years but an attempt to repeal the ruling may be in the offing, according to Arlene Alexander, executive director of the Alabama Oilmen's Association/Alabama Association of Convenience Stores.
"A coalition tried to get the law, known as the Alabama Motor Fuel Marketing Act, overturned two years ago," she notes, "but they were defeated in a state legislative committee.
Arlene Alexander
About NACS - Motor Fuels Committee Action, 1 Dec 1999 [cached]
Arleen Alexander , NACS Director , Legislative Affairs , and NACS counsel reviewed proposed legislation relating to the federal oxygenate mandate for reformulated gasoline ( RFG ) and that mandate's interaction with California Air Resources Board II gasoline , as well as concerns raised about MTBE and gasoline.The Committee decided to recommend to the Government Relations Committee that when considering any legislative proposals regarding MTBE and other oxygenates , the following principles should be considered : oppose legislation that would ban the use of MTBE in gasoline ; support legislation or regulation establishing performance standards for motor fuels , instead of prescriptive standards ; support federal legislation that would pre-empt states' imposing requirements to use or ban the use of particular oxygenates ; and oppose additional labeling requirements for pump retailers in which the particular oxygenate content of gasoline must be identified.
Gasoline/Diesel Sulfur Proposal
Ms. Alexander and NACS counsel Greg Scott of Collier , Shannon , Rill & Scott , reviewed the status of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ( EPA ) proposed rules on reducing the sulfur content in gasoline and diesel fuel.
Ms. Alexander and NACS Counsel Jeff Leiter of Collier , Shannon , Rill and Scott , reviewed proposals to increase the fees shippers and offerors of hazardous materials ( HazMats ) , including motor fuels , must pay.
Ms. Alexander explained that staff was seeking to develop a resource to assist NACS in identifying topics NACS should pursue for development of information pieces for distribution to members.The staff believes that such an editorial board will ensure that NACS' focus on motor fuels issues is on track.
Ms. Alexander discussed the efforts of a group of high-profile Republicans to provide a forum and means of obtaining recognition for pro-environment legislation and actions undertaken by members of the Republican Party. The Committee agreed that NACS should support this coalition.
New Business
The Committee agreed that Mr. Folks should provide Ms. Alexander with the necessary information for NACS to make a decision on participation and support in this effort.
Journal Qtr2 1999, 9 Aug 2001 [cached]
Registration was rewardingly higher than expected, according to Arleen Alexander, NACS director of Industry Relations.Marketers and convenience store operators traveled from across the country, with TPCA well represented by 12 of the 111 retailer and supplier companies in attendance.
Competitive Threats from Non-Traditional Motor Fuels Retailers
NACS used the 1999 Motor Fuels Conference to unveil a research project conducted by MPSI Systems into the profile of Non-Traditional Motor Fuels Retailers.The study identified two primary groups as key competition for convenience retailers.
Sincere thanks to NACS and Arleen Alexander for the invitation to attend the 1999 NACS Motor Fuels Conference along with a look at "," which will be in Dallas, Texas in March 2000.
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