The Petroleum Working Committee is for all interested parties to work collaboratively to identify, review and resolve challenges associated with implementation of EMV within the U.S. petroleum and convenience market. The Petroleum Working Committee includes payment networks, petroleum and convenience merchants, petroleum-specific acquirers, petroleum and convenience POS vendors and fuel dispenser manufacturers, and other organizations servicing the petroleum and convenience category.
Petroleum Working Committee co-chairs are:
- Kara Gunderson, CITGO Petroleum Corporation
- Terry Mahoney, W. Capra Consulting Group
The Petroleum Working Committee projects have included:
- Education sessions at Forum meetings on testing and certification for EMV implementation in the petroleum industry.
- Workshop on petroleum industry payments implementations and the impact of EMV migration.
- Joint project on fleet card requirements with Conexxus.
The Petroleum Working Committee has completed resources to assist the U.S. petroleum industry with EMV migration, including:
- Accepting EMV Chip Payments at the Fuel Pump Webinar, providing guidance to petroleum merchants on EMV chip migration considerations
- PINless Debit Processing, Reducing friction in the transaction process is top of mind for many stakeholders. Read this education resource to see how the implementation process can be streamlined.
- Petroleum Industry: EMV FAQ, answering frequently asked questions about EMV chip implementation for petroleum retailers
- U.S. Automated Fuel Dispenser Chip Fallback Transaction Processing Best Practices, providing guidance on best practices for supporting fallback transactions at the automated fuel dispenser
Working Committee participation is open to all U.S. Payments Forum members. Contact Devon Rohrer, [email protected] , for information on Working Committee participation or projects.