B20 Biodiesel is on sale at our Exxon station located in Raleigh off the Beltline, Exit 299, off I-40 in Raleigh, N.C.
We use computers now and a fleet of modern and well maintained delivery trucks to calculate when a home heating tank needs to be filled, based upon prior history of useage.
It looks like a good weekend for hot chocolate and a fire in the fireplace. I went by the gas station this morning and filled up my gas cans for the small Honda generator, that I hope we won’t need. It was about three, maybe four years ago, two weeks before Christmas, that we had that ice storm. My house was without power for 6 days. Terri did not send out Christmas cards that year. I would walk the dog every night. After 4 nights I walked up to where the other houses had power restored on Canterbury Road.
Crude oil which closed at $73.67 yesterday has moved up to $74.03 at the present moment. Diesel fuel prices are down slightly by 7/10ths of a cent:
ULS RD $1.9811
Enjoy your day,
Gasoline prices are down slightly at the average rack in Selma by 7/10ths of a cent:
Crude oil is trading down at this time ($74.69) from its close yesterday of $75.26/barrel. Diesel prices are up because crude was up yesterday. Prices are up by 3.1 cents. Fuel moves with crude is the general rule. Prices are:
ULS RD $2.0188
Unleaded is now $2.0373 which is more than diesel.
Crude is trading down to $74.69 at this time from yesterday’s close on the NYMEX of $75.26. Today’s gas price is up at the average rack by 5.1 cents:
I hope that you weekend went well. Gasoline prices are down 7.7 cents today at the average rack in Selma. Diesel fuel prices are down 6.2 cents. Crude oil closed at $74.54/barrel on Friday and is sitting at $74.60 at this time. Prices today are:
ULS RD $1.9887
If you are busy, you might wish to skip this writing.
Crude oil closed at $76.08 yesterday and is now trading down at $74.71. Diesel fuel at the average oil company in Selma is down 2.3 cents:
ULS RD $2.0291
Enjoy your weekend,
Hopkins Oil Co. Inc. has enjoyed, over its 60-year term, a tradition of customer service. We provide the highest quality petroleum products, when you want them and at a price you can afford. Providing heating oil and tobacco curing oil is how Hopkins Oil began back in 1946. Today, we market branded gas with Shell, Marathon, Exxon and Mobil brands throughout North Carolina.