Fuel Market Update

Weekly Fuel Market Update

An insanely simple fuel market update sent via email every week for the following areas: New Mexico, West Texas / El Paso, Arizona, & Colorado – Front Range.

Colorado Lowest Prices In Nation | Weekly Fuel Market Update: April 9, 2013

April 9, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update Nationally February brought record high prices this year. But now, at a time when gas prices traditionally rise as we head into the peak driving season, they continue to slide. In the first quarter of 2004, gas averaged about $1.60 a gallon. Five years later, during the first quarter of 2009, it averaged approximately $1.90, reflecting …

Winter Blast Shuts Down NM Terminal | Weekly Fuel Market Update: March 1, 2013

March 1, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update Nationally Fuel prices trended slightly down most of the week despite disruption in supply around the country.  Refineries continue their seasonal maintenance schedules this time of year when demand is usually at its lowest. Disruption in supply along with higher anticipated demand should make the current downward …

Slow Pipelines Tighten Market | Weekly Fuel Market Update: February 15th, 2013

February 15 | Weekly Fuel Market Update Nationally Prices continue to rise much earlier in the year than usual. Nationally, prices have risen 21 consecutive days mostly due to West Coast refineries on scheduled turnarounds to complete heavy maintenance, East Coast refineries being squeezed by low inventory and production, and the price of crude oil rising …

Biodiesel: About Bio and the New Mexico Mandate

Biodiesel is an emerging alternative fuel that powers diesel engines. It’s also helping power Desert Fuels’ healthy growth as a major supplier of both conventional and alternative fuels. Whether you’re looking for a great source of aggressively priced biodiesel with standout customer service, or just want to know more about a fuel that is increasingly impacting …