September 16, 2013 | Weekly Fuel Market Update
Tension in Syria continues to create a volatile fuel market as conflict would interfere with crude oil import supply. Domestic supply continues to grow.
New Mexico prices for gas dropped consistently each day last week and look to continue that trend again this week. Diesel was a bit more inconsistent and supply was somewhat tight. Supply has loosened up in Gallup allowing us additional resources for the western part of the state.
West Texas / El Paso
Supply is tight in El Paso and prices for both gas and diesel have started off trending down this week. Desert Fuels will always have fuel in this region at very competitive prices. We can purchase from every major supplier and refiner in the region and surrounding states. Which means that no matter which supplier has the lowest price on any given day, we have it available and will pass the savings on to you!
Prices were volatile last week in Tucson and Phoenix. Call for the latest update on the market with suggestions on when to buy. We will make sure you are buying at the right time and saving money.
Desert Fuels is very competitive in Denver and Colorado Springs with both diesel and gas. Prices followed a downward trend for the most part last week and continued in that direction early this week.