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“Propane use in the northern half of the country will be increasing, and the increase should more than offset the decrease in the southern portion of the country.” - Mike Sloan #propane https://www.bpnews.com/index.php/publications/magazine/current-issue/1168-residential-propane-gaining-on-electricity

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OPEC is reporting record compliance (over 90%) with output cuts of almost 1.8 million barrels per day during the month of January. With the highest rig count in two years, should we expect to see a shift to another battle for market share? #propane http://www.rayenergy.com/page/the-heffron-blog-11/news/shale-i-stay-or-shale-i-go-26.html

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Are propane prices currently experiencing a correction? Or the start of a new trend? #propane #propanesupply

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Latest propane update from Stephen Heffron.

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Latest article from Stephen Heffron on how the EIA calculates this new metric, the current outlook on propane pricing, and an update on propane export levels. #propane
http://www.rayenergy.com/page/the-heffron-blog-11/news/new-indicator-of-critical-propane-supply-levels-22.html

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Latest blog from Stephen Heffron on propane growth, demand, and balance. 

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With over 27 years' experience and a key leader in evolving the Northeast wholesale propane supply infrastructure to include high-volume rail transfer facilities, Stephen Heffron knows what it takes to deliver on his promises.

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Ray Energy Corp., an established wholesale fuel and propane business located in Troy, NY, has a newly created job opening for an Inventory Specialist. Full job description and apply online here: http://www.rayenergy.com/page/inventory-specialist-31.html

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Results show those who switched to a propane irrigation engine from a diesel engine saw their energy costs go down 58 percent in 2015. 
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