Heating Oil

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Heating Oil

A petroleum product used to heat private homes, offices and so forth. Approximately 25% of the world's crude oil is developed into heating oil. It is traded as a commodity on the Intercontinental Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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is the nation's largest retail distributor of home heating oil.
Tasse said although adding the biofuel to his home heating oil adds a penny and a half to the cost of his product, he is able to use it as a marketing tool.
8 million due to a reduction in home heating oil margins of 9.
Through Bioheat, soybean farmers can help home heating oil customers achieve freedom from foreign oil.
Excluding the impact of weather, we expect that home heating oil volume for the fiscal 2007 first quarter and fiscal 2007 will be substantially less than the comparable period in fiscal 2006 due to net customer attrition, conservation and other factors.
president of Clickable Enterprises, said, "Our continued monthly increase in revenue demonstrates the value of our business model and reflects the consumer's need to switch to lower-cost providers of home heating oil.
The resultant transportation costs increases must of necessity be passed on by the users of the inland waterway transportation industry -- the farmers whose grain we ship, the manufacturers whose raw materials and semi-processed goods we transport, producers of electricity, of home heating oil, of building materials.
OTCBB:CKEI), the first Internet-based home heating oil company, announced today that a Listing Qualifications Panel (the "Panel") has determined the company's common stock is no longer eligible for quotation on the OTCBB because the company is not in compliance with the requirements of NASD Marketplace Rule 6530.
In comparison, a statewide average price for home heating oil is approximately 90 cents per gallon, according to the Pennsylvania Energy Office.
OTCBB:CKEI), the first Internet-based home heating oil company, announced today that it generated $348,787 in revenue for September, compared with $135,902 generated in September 2005, representing a 157% increase.
In comparison, prices for home heating oil last winter ranged from 89 cents to 96 cents per gallon, according to the Pennsylvania Energy Office.
OTCBB:CKEI), the first Internet-based home heating oil company, announced today that it generated $321,568 in revenue for August, compared with $100,395 generated in August 2005, representing a 220% increase.

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