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Price increase is coming. Actually going up $.03/liter tomorrow. My delivery guy called me a few minutes ago and will have me filled up today.
Did he say this is the low? Not sure what the panic is on January 18.

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So just where is this fuel for .60 like said a few posts back?
10 miles south of me...


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Did he say this is the low? Not sure what the panic is on January 18.



10 miles south of me...
I would be surprised if it goes lower than this. Especially if carbon tax actually gets forced on us.
And I can only hold about 20-25% of my years use. So itís not like Iím putting it all in here.

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Nm the taxes. The price of oil has been on a steady March up since it went down to 42ish a barrel. Think it closed at around 54. There talking 60-70

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Think it quite well publicized that you buy marked diesel in February and you will pay for storage - just do it. Many will not.
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Taking super b tankers from co-op typically saves 3-5 cents a litre here. Pays for storage pretty quick, particularly if you can find a huge single wall tank for cheap. I got a 20k gal one that some company was building for the oil field and went broke before they put outer shell on. If we do ever need second containment it’s actually cheaper to just build containment from what I gather (not as convenient I guess), or we’ll just convert it to water storage and bite the bullet on a 80k double walled tank I suppose. Not going to until they make us tho. Lots of used 400bbl tanks available from oil field that are pretty cheap.
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Converted for currency our fuel is less cost.
Some NAT are claiming just over 40 cents a liter
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2019 won't be too bad, starting in 2020 our diesel cost will go up substantially in my opinion. The group that regulates the shipping world has resolved to ban bunker fuel in ships and either expensive scrubbing equipment needs to be retrofitted on the ships to clean the exhaust or switch over to a cleaner fuel, which is diesel. From what I have read maybe 5% of the ships will retrofit to keep using bunker fuel, what is a large % of ships that will be using diesel come Jan 2020. Not sure what this will do to our price of diesel but it sure won't help it...
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Did he say this is the low? Not sure what the panic is on January 18.



10 miles south of me...
So do some mad max fuel tanker runs if itís only 10 miles! How hard can it be!
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Taking super b tankers from co-op typically saves 3-5 cents a litre here. Pays for storage pretty quick, particularly if you can find a huge single wall tank for cheap. I got a 20k gal one that some company was building for the oil field and went broke before they put outer shell on. If we do ever need second containment itís actually cheaper to just build containment from what I gather (not as convenient I guess), or weíll just convert it to water storage and bite the bullet on a 80k double walled tank I suppose. Not going to until they make us tho. Lots of used 400bbl tanks available from oil field that are pretty cheap.



At a couple of the last RB sales in Nisku 400 barrel tanks, which I think works out to 15,000 Imp Gal or 39,000 liters, were selling for 2,000 +or-. A few years ago they were 20,000. These looked like decent newer clean tanks but I did not look close. Would make a pretty good dent in most farms needs for a season. What if you store the fuel in 400 barrel tanks when it is cheaper and then after any contaminants have settled filter it slowly out to smaller tanks as you use it if the interior is questionable on these big tanks? You can get these tanks professionally steamed out too to have a known cleanliness level. Seems like secondary containment of a concrete wall or bin sheets would be a workable package. 45 years ago the drilling companies used rubber bladders for fuel storage in the arctic. You could get whatever size you needed like 1,000, 2000, 5,000, 10,000, 20,000,or 50,000 gallons each. Some of those bladder farms had 2-3,000,000 million gallons at one time. With no containment.
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At a couple of the last RB sales in Nisku 400 barrel tanks, which I think works out to 15,000 Imp Gal or 39,000 liters
119.2 to 1
400 barrel would be 47,680.
Think Super B fuel tankers haul 40 cubes?

Bladders sound interesting, if no air wouldnít storage quality be easier to hold?
Wonder if the no containment on a bladder still stands for code?

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