Tag Archives: Editorials

What’s in it for you?

One of the lead news items in this issue covers the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act developed by Senators John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Joseph Lieberman

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A Problem with ULSD?

For about a year, various individual tank operators have noticed corrosion issues that some have linked to the ultra low sulfur diesel switchover

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A Big Snow(job)

There was supposed to be a meeting a few weeks back in D.C., sponsored by NORA, the New England Fuel Institute and Petroleum Marketers Association of America that would address, among other topics, various greenhouse gas issues relative to the industry

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A good season?

I gave my Magic 8-Ball a good shake the other day, and low and behold this appeared in the little plastic window: 'Happy tidings for fuel oil dealers!"

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Quality training

Quality training is important to any business, but it is more critical in some than others. In our industry, a poorly trained technician can cost the company money through the various expenses associated with improper instillations and poor problem solving during service calls. This can cost more than just the direct expenses associated with wasted visits and material ‘ it ...

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