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Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

One of the biggest threats to your diesel fuel storage tanks is water contamination. When water penetrates your storage tanks, it can degrade your supply and lessen the performance of all vehicles that use your product. It is crucial that your fuel storage tanks are properly maintained. The following will help you better understand how to keep your diesel fuel storage tanks free from water contamination.

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Purchasing diesel fuel is a large expense for many farmers. Some farmers spend six figures on this product every year. To reduce the annual cost of diesel, farmers should consider buying this fuel in bulk. There are a few other things farmers can do to save money on this energy source and increase profits.

Monday, February 20th, 2017

Thanks to internal combustion engines and petroleum products, the United States has been leading the oil and gas industry over the last century. The U.S. oil industry powers a vast majority of vehicles. Large oil companies such as Shell, ExxonMobil, and British Petroleum garner billions in revenue annually. This vast growth has spread across the globe and increased production of oil and gas products. These companies are also responsible for the spread of automobile use to some of the most far-flung regions of the world.

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Oil derivatives are the dominant source of fuel for transportation systems. You have probably seen news coverage of “hydrogen” and “electric” powered vehicles, but these sources are still very much in their infancy. Gasoline is the primary fuel source for cars, trucks, and other passenger vehicles, but regular gasoline systems are not the only systems available. Diesel systems are the preferred types for commercial vehicles, cargo ships, and trains.

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Gasoline is flammable and can be very dangerous if not handled or stored correctly. It is imperative that anyone who works around or uses fuels understands how to handle them. A simple mistake can have serious consequences. The following will teach you how to stay safe while handling and storing gasoline.