July 30, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update
Peak summer demand, along with reports of U.S. crude oil inventories declining at a record rate, are keeping fuel prices high around the country. A steady decrease in foreign crude oil imports is a significant reason for the lower inventories.
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Fuel prices have stayed relatively flat in New Mexico in the last few days. Supply is good throughout the state with no major shortages.
West Texas / El Paso
Gasoline is tight in El Paso mainly due to ethanol outages in the region. With limited unleaded supply, be sure to order your loads in advance as early as you can.
No significant market changes this week
Colorado – Front Range
Desert Fuels has a great supply of diesel this week in Denver and we’re ready to make some very competitive day-deals. Contact us to line up your loads as soon as possible so we can deliver where and when you need it. (888) 750-FUEL (3835)