By PSPI | June 22, 2021
Biodiesel and renewable diesel are gaining popularity as an alternative for its petroleum counterpart. Neither contain fossil fuel, and their manufacturing processes utilize resources such as animal fats that would normally be disposed of.
By PSPI | May 27, 2021
We would like to extend our gratitude to our customers for their support throughout the years. From late night emergency deliveries to fueling generators on top of mountains, providing meaningful customer service to our amazing clients has greatly contributed to our success.
By PSPI | April 13, 2021
Ecofriendly fuel has been around for many years, but with petroleum being widely available at a low cost, the idea of using biofuel was swept under the rug until the 1930s when a Belgian inventor proposed using transesterification to produce a diesel alternative using vegetable oil.
By PSPI | February 18, 2021
Pacific States Petroleum is proud to announce that we have become a 100% employee-owned company with the launch of our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)!
By PSPI | January 19, 2021
When it comes to petroleum products, there are several ecofriendly alternatives out there. One new type of fuel that has recently hit the market is renewable diesel.
By PSPI | December 29, 2020
As a company with family and community woven into our fabric, we have been more committed to our team members and our community than ever before. As we reflect on the past nine months, we want to give a special thanks to everyone who supported us throughout the year.
By PSPI | September 21, 2020
When safety procedures are followed, unfortunately accidental diesel fuel spills may still happen, and it's very important to properly clean it up right away.
By PSPI | August 26, 2020
On-site equipment fueling presents a significant fire hazard, however fire potential can be minimized with proper training of prevention, firefighting procedures, and emergency evacuation.
By PSPI | May 14, 2020
Diesel used to be sold without dye, however in 1994 the Environmental Protection Agency and Congress decided to add dye to differentiate fuel sold to the general public to fuel used by off-road vehicles.
By PSPI | April 9, 2020
As we continue to adapt to the unprecedented nature of COVID-19, we want our customers and vendors to know that we are taking all directives and recommended precautions seriously and are doing all we can to support those in need.