What is Propane?
Propane is a byproduct of natural gas processing and oil refining. It plays a critical role in America’s economy. Investing in propane helps to bolster American jobs. Propane is also widely recognized as a cleaner burning fuel source.
Versatile & Clean
Propane is an economical energy source that can be used to both heat your home and power a variety of appliances. Approved as a clean fuel in the 1990 Clean Air Act, propane is a step toward reducing your carbon footprint.
What is #2 Oil?
#2 heating oil is a heavy weight fuel commonly found in the United States and Canada. It is used to power home heating appliances, such as boilers, furnaces and water heaters. For many homeowners, heating oil is the most cost-effective and fuel efficient option.
Priced per gallon, #2 heating oil cost has remained historically lower than natural gas and propane. Of the heating oils available to consumers, it is also considered the most fuel efficient. However, many other factors should be considered when calculating overall efficiency of a home heating system.
What is Kerosene?
Like #2 heating oil, kerosene is a heavy weight fuel refined from crude oil. However, due to it’s refinement process, kerosene burns cleaner, lasts longer, and boasts a lower flash point. For this reason, it’s frequently considered a more efficient option.
Reliable in the Winter
While kerosene produces fewer BTUs than #2 heating oil, it is reliable in colder weather because it resists gelling. Most Maine homeowners with outdoor oil tanks rely on kerosene to heat their homes in the winter.
Clear On-Road Diesel
What is On-Road USLD?
Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (USLD) is the EPA standard for on road use in highway vehicles like commercial trucks and buses. It contains sulfur at no more than 15 ppm. Fuel your transportation business with USLD from No Frills Oil today. We offer competitive pricing and exceptional customer service.
Dyed Off-Road Diesel
What is Off-Road Diesel?
Dyed Off-Road Diesel (DULSD) meets the EPA standard of 500 ppm sulfur content. It is used in non-highway vehicles, agricultural equipment, and marine vessels. A dye is added to off-road diesel to differentiate it from on-road diesel. Whether you fish or farm, let us deliver the fuel to power your business reliably.