As winter months approach be cautious of “fees” appearing on your fuel invoices.
Fees fall into several categories: surcharges, fuel service fee, not to forget the “other” category. These “fees” should not to be confused with state or local taxes.
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On Monday AM the fuel market falls below $65 a barrel. Is this a surprise for fuel management firms looking at the fuel market? No. Is it a surprise for people that follow current events and saw that Iran fired missiles off Monday despite what they had said a few days earlier?
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The nation’s economic downturn has trickled down to the fleet managers of the world. Fuel budgets are being lowered, and business seems to have almost come to a screeching halt for most trucking companies compared to what once was.
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Fuel Mangement tested daily with fleet fuel games!
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When it comes to fuel management, looking at your past sometimes (not always) helps to predict what the future might bring. Let’s look back two years ago and compare it with today. The fuel prices from August 2007 are very similar to what they are today. Would that really tell you the whole story?
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Are we going to see a thumbs up and they will keep fuel production the same. Thumbs down and fuel production is cut which will probably lead to higher fleet fuel prices at the pump.
Continue reading What is OPEC going to do tomorrow?
With a DOE report today that showed Benign U.S. Supply Data, the price of fuel remained flat. Flat Fuel? Fuel going flat? Fuel going higher? The problem is fuel just does not know what to do with itself.
Continue reading Oil Prices Don’t Know Which Way is Up