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Friday, February 22nd, 2019
oil and gas industry in Texas

Texas is one of the largest producers of oil in the nation and is a major player in the oil and gas industry. The U.S. Energy Information Administration has found that this state produces one-fifth of the domestic total. Crude oil can be found throughout Texas, as well as many other resources like coal and natural gas. Fuel has had a major impact on the economy of Texas and continues to provide important economic benefits.

Tuesday, February 19th, 2019
oil and gas industry in Louisiana

Louisiana is located at the mouth of the Mississippi River. This state occupies several exits on the Mississippi River Delta, making it an ideal location to receive, refine, and transport oil and natural gas from the Midwest. It is also situated on the Gulf of Mexico which is rich in undersea oil resources ripe for extraction. The following details the history of natural gas and oil in Louisiana.

Friday, February 15th, 2019
fuel and fuel products in Kansas

Since its discovery in 1911, manufacturers have realized the value in using propane or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) as a fuel. One benefit of using this fuel on your farm in Kansas is that it doesn’t have to be stabilized on a seasonal basis like other types of fuels. Your equipment will last longer if you use this gas because it keeps your engines cleaner. Propane is also environmentally friendly because it emits fewer pollutants into the air as gasoline.

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019
tank monitoring

If your Oklahoma business uses large amounts of fuel, you most likely have at least one storage tank onsite. Whether you have one or many, you must know how to maintain these thanks and the fuel inside of them. Tank monitoring is an important part of this maintenance and can be as easy as setting an alarm or using an app on your phone.

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019
the benefits of premium diesel fuel

Fleet managers handle a variety of issues, including what type of fuel their vehicles will use. If you manage a fleet, using regular diesel may be your first choice, but premium diesel could be a better option for you. Before choosing to go with premium, you should know the difference between this product and regular diesel as well as its benefits.