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FuelQuest voted best fuel management program by PMAA

FuelQuest Inc, a leading on-demand software and services company for the global downstream energy industry, announced May 15 it was awarded "Best in the US" by the Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA). PMAA is a national trade association collectively representing over 8,000 companies in the petroleum and convenience industry.

"PMAA and its members have benefitted from FuelQuest's commitment to the industry,” said Dan Gilligan, president, Petroleum Marketers Association of America. “The company has helped independent marketers take advantage of ever-changing technology, which has increased both efficiency and the bottom line for marketers. FuelQuest has a great reputation among petroleum marketers across the United States and this ballot confirms the company goes the extra mile."

The recognition stemmed from a PMAA poll of 300 petroleum marketing executives across the country to identify the best vendors and consultants serving the petroleum and convenience industries. FuelQuest won the prestigious category due to its extensive industry knowledge and experience in managing the complexity, regulation, and market volatility of over 22 billion gallons of fuel annually, amounting to over $75 billion worth of fuel and approximately 10% of all fuel sold in the United States. FuelQuest's products and services enable companies to mitigate the high fuel prices and volatility in the market.

"FuelQuest is honored to be distinguished by key industry executives and such a highly accredited organization," said Phil Fraher, FuelQuest's chief executive officer. "We strive to provide quality products and services to a wide variety of customers within the industry. It's a privilege to be acknowledged for our hard work and dedication in the market. We look forward to continuing to provide business critical technology that helps suppliers, distributors, and buyers of fuel achieve success within their business."

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