Even though February and March felt like spring here in the Northeast, it’s not until June that “summer gas” (aka low RVP gasoline) becomes a requirement at gas stations in some areas of western PA. Here’s a quick reminder on what RVP is and why it matters.
Business doesn’t stop simply because the temperatures decrease during winter months. At Guttman, we want to make sure you can operate your business as usual, year round.
A stronger dollar, combined with profit-taking, put the kibosh on a three-day rally today. The dollar hit a 2 week high on expectations that the Fed will raise rates before any other major central bank. As of this morning crude is down $0.51 to $46.19, gasoline is down $0.0074 at $1.5759 and ULSD is up $0.0058 to $1.3998. The losses are cushioned a bit with Nigeria slashing output to its lowest in 22 years.
To keep you, our valued customer, as well-informed as possible, this is a reminder that summer-grade gas is almost here.
Now that we seem to have emerged from a protracted winter, summer's hot temps are just around the corner. Check out this edition of Guttman Energy's Tank Tips for some important tips to ensure your equipment operates smoothly when the dog days of summer hit.