Managing fuel costs in a volatile market
Or why diesel prices may be going up (and gasoline prices down) and what you can do to help manage through it
No one could blame fleet fuel managers if they are feeling a little jumpy these days. Swings in fuel prices across the country have been causing the budgeting equivalent of whiplash. There are still things you can do to help protect your business, however, even in a volatile fuel market.
Attend this very special, free Webcast featuring Tom Kloza, senior oil analyst for Oil Price Information Service (OPIS). Kloza has covered downstream oil markets for over 35 years. He provides unbiased and expert commentary, especially during times of oil volatility, and is regularly quoted in U.S. and international periodicals.
Kloza is also a frequent guest lecturer on fuel price economics at a number of colleges, universities and key petroleum associations. He has appeared live in energy forums for CNBC, Nightline, the CBS Morning Show, and Good Morning America.
Hear for yourself what forces are in play that could significantly impact fuel costs for your company, including:
- Low worldwide inventories of distillates
- Considerable refining production losses
- Speculators shifting focus to heating oil and gas oil futures
- Increasing exports of diesel from U.S.
- Increasing domestic demand for diesel
- Why gasoline prices tend to jump as much as 60% in April –and why that pattern is not likely to change
- Where alternative fuels like natural gas and propane fit into the picture for fleets
Don’t miss this must-see event if you want to understand more about the market forces that drive domestic diesel and gasoline fuel prices and how you can use that knowledge to help make better fuel purchase and management decisions.