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Old 05-09-2013, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Price of gas oil

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I want to check the price of gasoil so I can see that my provider is not cheating me. I've been looking in internet for a while and I didn't find too many things. Im interested in the price of the diesel used by public works machinery, not the common diesel, I guess in english it's called red gas oil. My provider gives me a chart with the taxes, a premium, and a value called Ci in spanish -translated to english it should mean International Prize-). I would like to know where can I check that value. I've found some places with cotization of common diesel but nothing for the other diesel, and my provider offers my different prices for both (taxes apart). I live in Spain, I guess that the value I've talked about is the same for at least the European Union countries, bun I'm not sure.

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That's not a term I am familiar with. But in case you are looking at home heating oil or off-road/farm diesel (dyed red), neither are taxed or legal for road use.

But those are commonly available in the eastern and middle US in rural areas.
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#3 diesel no longer exists here

Classification of Gas Oil

I would just use fuel oil or #2 diesel.
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is it for off road equipment or for heating?
some times home heating burners are rated for NO1 oil but not very often.

for equipment NO2 fuel is the norm, unless your in temps well below 10F then the thinner NO1 fuel helps with starting when no block heater is around..

NO1 or NO2 heating oil, farm fuel or off road diesel are common terms for red fuel in the USA.


in my state its a $10,000 fine for running red fuel on road
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TSA -- [ Bunker (Fuel) Charges Fact Sheet ]

Bunkerworld Prices - Latest Prices - Houston

Municipal typically uses bunker type fuel grade 4 or higher.

The price they pay for this stuff has nothing to do with what you pay and the amount we pay here is also completely unrelated to your pricing structure as price is mostly speculative and subsidized.
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I think CI means cetane index-- What is the full word in Spanish?
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trooper Tdiesel it's for off road equipment, trucks, diggers, etc.

H-Man in spanish it's Cotizacion internacional, i'm sure it's something like International price, it's a value in Euros.

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