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Chelsea, MA 02150
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About DENNIS K. BURKE, INC.

Dennis K. Burke, Inc. is a family owned business in Chelsea, MA that has been delivering premium gasoline, diesel fuel, and lubricants for 50 years. We are one of the largest diesel distributors in Massachusetts and currently run operations in seven additional states. We were the first retail distributor of both Biodiesel and E-85 in Massachusetts. We take pride in our loyalty to customers, vendors, and employees. Beyond simple volume, we seek to provide the highest level of customer service possible, with metered deliveries, competitive prices, and streamlined billing and contract management.

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By kelly.anderson@burkeoil.com (Kelly Burke)

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(Image Credit - Russavia [CC-BY-SA-2.5 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.5)], via Wikimedia Commons)

Deja Vu - global oil prices are again creeping higher on increasing friction on the Ukraine-Russia standoff, projected inventory numbers, and Chinese economic numbers suggesting slower growth than anticipated. Didn't we just go through this two weeks ago??

Brent CRUDE hit over $110 Tuesday for the first time since March 4th on increasing concern...

 

By kelly.anderson@burkeoil.com (Kelly Burke)

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The EIA Inventory data out today showed that US Crude stocks unexpectedly fell 2.38 million barrels last week - if you remember, earlier this week, analysts were expecting roughly that amount of BUILD to be reported. Gulf Coast inventories had been expected to show a huge build but instead dropped by over a million barrels. On the other side, gasoline inventories dropped essentially in line with expectations, falling by a little over 1.5 million barrels. ...

 

By kelly.anderson@burkeoil.com (Kelly Burke)

Crude - both Brent and WTI - continued to drop today on speculations of another inventory build on tommorows EIA report. According to a Bloomberg survey, tommorows report may show increases of 1.8mbl up to 2.5mbbl. The prior weeks report (the tenth increase in a row) indicated US Crude inventories climbed to 385 million barrels, the highest on hand since November, with PADD 3 numbers (Gulf Coast) hit over 200 million barrels, the highest since 1990.