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Bollinger Energy is preparing for higher energy prices

Bollinger Energy which makes diesel fuel deliveries Baltimore and is a natural gas supplier Baltimore is preparing for higher energy prices. Instability in Venezuela, optimism about a US and China trade deal has caused speculation the global oil market is under-supplied moving forward. In addition, questions remain if US shale production can produce enough oil [...]

By | February 27th, 2019|Diesel Fuel, Natural Gas, Net Zero Carbon|0 Comments

Diesel fuel delivery Maryland

Diesel fuel users in Maryland are contacting Bollinger Energy to top off their generators and fuel oil tanks in preparation for colder than normal temperatures and snow expected the last week of January. Oil prices have risen 12% so far in January – the largest increase by percentage in the first month of the year [...]

By | January 28th, 2019|Diesel Fuel|0 Comments

Petroleum tanks and pumps off road, red dyed diesel

Bollinger Energy supplies petroleum equipment which includes tanks and pumps and no cost to your job site in Baltimore, Baltimore County, Harford County and surrounding areas.  Bollinger Energy supplies Off Road Ultra Low sulfur diesel.

By | August 2nd, 2018|Diesel Fuel, Off Road Diesel|0 Comments

Bollinger Energy will supply Baltimore school with natural gas

Bollinger Energy is awarded a three year contract to supply Calvert School a private school in Baltimore with natural gas supply at a firm fixed price.  Bollinger Energy competes with Washington Gas Energy Services,  Constellation and Constellation new Energy.

By | July 19th, 2018|Natural Gas|0 Comments

What Is Net Zero Carbon Diesel Fuel?

Did you know off-road diesel fuel is actually considered to be a form of sustainable energy? When you hear anything ending in "fuel," most people automatically think of CO2 emissions and gasoline products made from petroleum. However, some fossil fuels are cleaner than others, and diesel is one of the most eco-friendly options available today. [...]

By | July 12th, 2018|Diesel Fuel, Net Zero Carbon|0 Comments

Baltimore Port Diesel and Gas Carbon Reduction

Bollinger Energy is  taking over the supply at another location in the Port of Baltimore and supplying Net Zero Diesel and Gasoline.  This customer, WWL  is interested in complying with the Carbon Reduction at the Port of Baltimore. Our management of buying carbon offsets is matched with the ours customers carbon out put and together [...]

By | July 11th, 2018|Diesel Fuel, Net Zero Carbon|0 Comments

St John’s College in Annapolis is now a Bollinger Energy gas client

The 3rd oldest college in the United States, St John’s College in Annapolis is now a Bollinger Energy gas client. Founded in 1696, one of SJC’s most famous alumni is Francis Scott Key… he graduated in 1796.

By | July 11th, 2018|Natural Gas|0 Comments

Bollinger delivers net zero carbon diesel fuel and gasoline (carbon reduction) to Port of Baltimore

Bollinger just closed an electric deal with Spartan Services in Harford County, Bel Air, Md and renewed long term electric contract at a fixed price on Baltimore Gas and Electric. Bollinger removed a large volume of unwanted oil and payed for the oil.

By | July 5th, 2018|Diesel Fuel, Net Zero Carbon|0 Comments

How to Choose the Best Electricity Company When You Switch

When you're looking to switch power suppliers, choosing the right electricity company is crucial. Luckily, there are key qualities to look for when you're making your final decision. Customer service Customer service can make or break an electricity company. Whether you have questions about your bill, you experience a power outage, or simply want to [...]

By | June 19th, 2018|Natural Gas|0 Comments

Easy Ways to Help Lower Your Energy Bills

Natural gas and other modern energy sources are already affordable, but if you're not paying attention your bills could skyrocket. In the summer, you likely use your air conditioner almost every day. In the winter, there’s a chance you constantly have your heat going. The more energy that’s being used, the higher your natural gas [...]

By | May 10th, 2018|Natural Gas|0 Comments