Onsite Fuel Service, Etc: Different Ways of Managing Your Fleet Trucks

Having a fleet of truck is considered to be one of the best ways to build a business; however, in order to make the most of your fleet trucks, you need to make sure that you know how to take care of each unit. Here are some tips that you might want to keep in mind.


On-Site Fuel Service: Reducing Refinery Turnaround Impact on Buyers

Every oil fuel refinery owner would agree that shutdowns, whether planned or unplanned can be extremely arduous and expensive. Millions of dollars are spent each year, or in every three to four years, depending on the size of the operation, in planning and implementing a refinery turnaround. There are vast issues to address, such as worker safety, equipment upgrades and immense labor demand, timescale, and the overall expense it takes to carry out the plans. While operators are torn between the need to balance turnaround frequency and cost versus equipment maintenance needs, not much effort is afforded to mitigating its impact on downstream customers.

Onsite Fuel Service Company Provides Dependable Emergency Response

For years, Apache Oil Company has been providing reliable emergency response services throughout Texas. In case of power interruptions during disaster situations like tornadoes, hurricanes, and floods, our dependable onsite fuel service can be trusted to help clients get through the crisis. We are widely known for our quality fuel delivery that is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We have been in the business for over 40 years, aiding many organizations through various emergencies. Also, in all of Apache Oil Company’s years of service, our involvement in multiple turnarounds with various petrochemical plants along the Gulf Coast Region has been instrumental in ensuring their success.

On Site Fuel Service: Providing Fuel for Everyone in an Emergency

Natural disasters often lead to power outages that affect people’s lives and impair communication, health and transportation facilities. Power is no less important at home, necessary for storing food in refrigerators, and in the use of television, radio, and computer to obtain the news.

Generators in one’s property or facility should be part of any household or business’ emergency preparedness plan. In Matthew Stein’s disaster-preparedness manual entitled “When Disaster Strikes,” a full-powered, reliable generator is at the top of his list for anyone to have in his or her property to survive hours of power outage.