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Make Sure You’re Knowledgeable About the Global Natural Gas Supply

One of the most important conversations going on in the world now has to do with the natural gas supply. Administration changes, new climate research, and a limited supply of fossil fuels are sparking worldwide concern over the natural gas supply, biodiesel fuel oil prices, and the future of the entire planet. Natural gas has [...]

By | June 13th, 2017|Blog, Natural Gas|0 Comments

Biodiesel Fuel Prices Dropping to Remain Competitive

Natural gas currently serves roughly 66.7 million homes in the United States. In addition to the energy that natural gas provides to homes, it also provides energy to 5.4 businesses like restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, schools, and hospitals; 192,000 factories; and 1,900 electric generating units. The average U.S. home, on an average daily basis, even uses [...]

By | May 11th, 2017|Biodiesel Fuel, Blog|0 Comments

Net Zero Carbon Environmental Plans Gaining Popularity Across the Globe

Net Zero Carbon, if industry leaders get on board and use it correctly, could potentially save the world. According to Inverse Science, a carbon law to achieve net zero carbon emissions within the next few decades could soon be in the works. The Net Zero Carbon proposal was published in the journal Science and states [...]

By | April 13th, 2017|Blog, Diesel Fuel, Net Zero Carbon|0 Comments

Everything You Need to Know About Diesel Fuel Oil: 6 Frequently Asked Questions

Determining the right kind of fuel oil to use can be complicated if you aren't a mechanic. While this question might seem incredibly simple to people who already know their way around the inside of a car, if you aren't sure exactly what type of engine you're working with, it's a tough question to answer. [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Diesel Fuel, Off Road Diesel|0 Comments

Unseasonably Mild Winter Temperatures, Natural Gas Prices Decrease

Forecasters predicted the winter of 2016 – 2017 would be 15% colder than the previous winter of 2015 - 2016. The reality is temperatures in the Lower 48 states averaged 43 degrees, 7 degrees higher than normal and 9 degrees higher than last year. During mid-to-late February, temperatures were 15 to 30 degrees warmer than [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Fuel Oil, Natural Gas|0 Comments