June 4, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update
Increased inventory of crude oil as well as increasing inventories of refined fuel influenced a downward trend in prices most of last week. Gas prices dropped four to five cents per day but evened out toward the beginning of this week. At Desert Fuels, our goal is clear: Transform the archaic and backward wholesale fuel industry. Make the complex, simple; the out-of-date, new, and throw the closed doors open. Give us a try and experience something refreshingly different.
New Mexico refineries are flooding the market with plenty of supply. No significant disruptions to production. Desert Fuels is positioned well in the New Mexico market with competitive prices around the state.
West Texas / El Paso
Supply continues to be good in El Paso as local refiners increase production.
Prices followed the national downward trend. No significant changes this week. Are you sure you are buying fuel at a competitive price? We’ll tell you what the industry doesn’t want you to know. And we’re happy to do it!
Colorado – Front Range
Call us about great prices on diesel this week in the Denver area. (888) 750-FUEL(3835). At Desert Fuels, we’re always looking out for the best deal for both our customers and us. We win, they win. We’ve negotiated favorable fuel contracts with multiple suppliers in every region that we serve – thirteen states and growing. That means we can deliver where and when the need arises. Speaking of meeting a need, fuel buyers often make 5 crippling mistakes that we can help them avoid. Check it out here…