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Monday, April 29th, 2019

Storage tanks can be used to store extra fuel during bad economic downturns or spikes in the price of crude oil. They are one way you can have a small insurance policy against economic shifts. This post will go over the history of fuel tanks, the evolution of their safety and technical standards, and common piping types.

Thursday, April 25th, 2019
fuel tips from Kendrick Oil

Commercial fleets are under pressure due to issues presented by automation, fuel prices, and other problems. One of the best ways to handle economic uncertainty is to improve fleet management, which can benefit your business as a whole. The benefits include improved safety, fleet efficiency, and better fuel management.

Monday, April 22nd, 2019
tank monitoring

Diesel is a historical anomaly. For decades it was thrown away like an unwanted byproduct. It wasn’t until Rudolf Diesel designed the first engine capable of using this byproduct that the fuel was seen as a resource. This post will go over the development of diesel fuel and discuss how it came to dominate the commercial and industrial sectors today.

Friday, April 19th, 2019
get fuel for your fleet with Kendrick Oil Company

Fuel is a large yet inconsistent expense for fleet managers to handle. According to some studies, fuel costs can consume about 20 percent of a trucking company’s budget. Also, there is very little anyone can do to affect the price, which is determined by governments, countries, and corporations. But, that doesn’t mean there aren’t good practices you can use to reduce the cost of fuel for your fleet. This post will go over these tips and tricks and how you can incorporate them into your operations.

Monday, April 15th, 2019
history and facts about unleaded gas

The oil boom began in the United States in 1859 in Pennsylvania. The first wells were dug to refine crude oil into kerosene for lamps. Other products like gasoline and diesel were created during the distilling process. But, there was no use for them until 1892 when the automobile was invented.