|ConocoPhillips Follows the Crowd
ConocoPhillips advised its marketers today
that it will increase the price for its
finished lubricants by 6 to 9% effective
March 1, 2010. The price increase is said
to be dependent on product specific factors.
According to marketers, ConocoPhillips says
this increase is driven by recent increases
in base oil, additives and packaging costs.
|Petro-Canada also bumps price
Effective February 24, 2010, Petro-Canada
advised its marketers it will increase its
lubricant prices for all package sizes by 8%.
Marketers are also told this increase does
not include the process oil and white oil
go into effect on Feb 10, 2010. As
previously reported in JobbersWorld,
effective February 10, 2010, Petro-Canada
will increase the price of its process oils
and white oils by $0.20 to $0.30 a gallon
depending on type and grade.
|Haycock Petroleum Company Named Master Distributor for Sinclair
Haycock Petroleum Company (HPC) has been
named a Master Distributor of Sinclair's
Arctic Fire lubricant products throughout
the company's distribution territory. HPC
plans to distribute Sinclair Arctic fire
Lubricants in Nevada, Utah, Arizona and parts
of Idaho. Currently, Sinclair Oil supplies
fuel and oil product through a network of
distributors and dealers in 23 states from
the Great Plains to the Rocky Mountains,
reaching 3,000 convenience stores.
"Haycock's knowledge of the markets they
service should contribute to broader
distribution of Sinclair's quality lubricant
line", said Greg Iverson, Marketing Manager
for Sinclair Oil Corporation. "Along with
Sinclair's other valued distributors, the
addition of Haycock Petroleum as a Master
Distributor completes coverage in the Western
Haycock Petroleum Company is a full line
commercial distributor of refined petroleum
products including gasoline, diesel,
lubricants and propane through 17 locations
in California, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah.
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