TeamBWT, LLC provides wholesale fuels across multiple states within the U.S. and holds a unique position within the oil industry, which enables it to:
TeamBWT, LLC presently offers fuel delivery on a wholesale basis in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Washington.
Our territories continue to expand across the United States. Let us help you with your wholesale fuel needs!
TeamBWT, LLC is proud to supply fuel services across the United States to:
GASOLINE HIGH? According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) gasoline prices could hit their highest prices in three years. In its “Summer Fuels Outlook”, EIA said it expects the impact of the pandemic on fuel markets in the U.S. to continue but noted the vaccination drive and the federal government stimulus measures should reinforce the economic recovery of the country and, as part of it, spur greater fuel demand. As a result, the EIA forecasts that gasoline prices could average $2.78 per gallon this summer, up from $2.07 per gallon last year. The EIA said it expected gasoline consumption to hit a seasonal peak of 9.1 million barrels per day (bpd) this August. This would be substantially higher than the 8.5 million bpd it recorded for August 2020. So if you feel safe enough to pile the family into the car to go visit Grandma this summer, just remember that you might be surprised at the pump!
Here is something everyone should know about pumping gas during the pandemic. The chance of COVID-19 exposure at the gas pump is low, especially if Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommended practices are followed. These include using disinfecting wipes before touching a pump followed by hand sanitizer, hand-washing and not touching your face after pumping fuel. Also, as you can see from the results of recent a study conducted by the Texas Medical Association, pumping gas is one of the least risky activities people can do during the pandemic.