September 24, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update
Wholesale fuel is down about .06 cents over the last two weeks. Some are predicting that it could dip up to .45 cents between now and the end of October due to a calming in the market from a light hurricane season, refinery fixes, and easing tension in the Middle East. Want to make smart buying decisions? Try PowerFuel
Local refineries have been tight on product over the last few weeks in the Albuquerque area, reducing allocations to contract customers. Desert Fuels will always have product in this market at competitive prices. Line up your loads as early as possible.
West Texas / El Paso
Gas is tight in El Paso as local refineries are experiencing problems resulting in limited production. Always feel free to call your Dedicated Customer Account Manager for insight on when to buy and the latest market changes.
Prices continue a downward trend with customers waiting as long as possible to buy with the hopes of saving money. Desert Fuels has good supply of both gas and diesel in Arizona. We will give you insight into the market and help make sure you are buying at a time that saves you the most money.
Colorado – Front Range
The front range is experiencing some of the lowest prices in the country. Desert Fuels has good supply in both Denver and Colorado Springs and the surrounding areas. Contact Desert Fuels today at (888) 750-FUEL (3835)