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Friday, November 10th, 2017
buying bulk fuel from a professional fuel supplier

Fuel prices are slightly low currently, but simply because prices are down now does not mean that they will stay low forever. Wars, natural disasters, and tightened supplies can drive up the price of oil, and therefore gasoline and diesel, to unprecedented heights. It is important to know how to buy bulk fuel the smart way, so higher prices will not affect you or your operations.

Friday, November 10th, 2017
answers to all your questions about red diesel fuel

Red diesel is a fuel that is used for machinery and off-road vehicles across a wide variety of industries including farming and construction. This product is just like regular diesel, but is dyed. However, for reasons that are discussed below, you do not want to use this fuel for any activity that isn’t an approved use. The following are answers to six common questions that many have about red diesel fuel.

Monday, October 16th, 2017
get the best diesel fuel from Kendrick Oil Company

Negative elements like excess water, tiny pieces of debris, and various age-induced waste products have long impacted the quality and cleanness of fuel in diesel tanks. Controlling contaminants is more important now than ever before, because diesel systems have become more refined to satisfy emissions requirements. Things like the safety measures taken when handling diesel fuel, how it is stored, and how it is dispensed are important considerations.

Friday, October 13th, 2017
wholesale diesel fuel and gasoline

When it comes to finding a great fuel supplier, selecting one from the many available providers can certainly seem overwhelming. The good news is that there are several practices you can adopt to make your hunt less intimidating. The following are some helpful ideas on streamlining your search for a reliable fuel supplier.

Friday, October 13th, 2017
get high quality fuel products and services with Kendrick Oil

Studies have shown that if most standard American vehicles were fueled by higher-octane gas, the car industry could decrease its output of harmful greenhouse gases. By producing 35,000,000 less tons of greenhouse gases each year, the industry could save $6,000,000,000 in gasoline expenses.