trucksidecorrected.JPG

Home
About Us
Our Service Department
Our Budget Plan
Our Storage Facility
News
Links
Contact Us
Rental space available
Homeowner Oil Heating System Upgrade and Insurance Law
Map/Directions
Service Nightmares
Pictures

847 Plymouth St. - P.O. Box 494, Halifax, MA 02338
Phone:  781-293-5275  Fax:  781-293-9137

GREELEYOIL@AOL.COM 

WWW.GREELEYSOIL.COM 

 

 

Full service oil without the full service price.

We are a local, family owned business  founded in 1980 by Rick and Donna Greeley. Greeleys' Oil Co. has been reliably keeping  the homes  of  Halifax and the surrounding   towns  comfortable  for over 36 years. 
We have 24 Hour emergency oil burner service by our own licensed  technicians.
If we are not in the office, please call 781-293-5275. For non emergency messages please press 1.  For emergencies press 2 and you will be prompted to reach one of us.  Thank you for your business.
 
Hi Folks,  In 1980 I started an oil company with the help of my loving wife Donna.  With $3000.00, I bought a  1964 White oil truck and a load of oil from Quincy Oil Co.
Now after 36 years, I am proud to announce that I have sold my oil company to my sons Richard and Christopher. I have the deepest confidence in both of them.  They have been involved in the business since they were kids.  They did whatever they could to make my work a little easier.  Both know the business from the bottom up.  They have done it all.
 
My wife Donna has worked right along with me since we started the business.  I could not have been so successful without her.  Donna will still be involved in the daily operation of the business.  The woman refuses to get old.  
I hope to help my boys in any way I can but they will be in control of everything.

I would like to thank everyone that I have had the pleasure to meet in this business.  I wish all of you good  health, happiness and success at whatever you do.

Our cash price for June 15, 2
017 to June 30
, 2017
Budget customer- 4 cents off for budget accounts
(Our best deal- call us for details or click here)
150 gallons or more- $2.099 gallon
100 gallons- $2.299/ gallon
50 gallons- $2.799/ gallon
Call us for diesel pricing
*Prices subject to change without notice
We have full service with very competitive prices.  

TURN YOUR ENERGY SAVINGS INTO AN INVESTMENT!   THERE ARE STILL REBATES AVAILABLE ON  NEW APPLIANCES WHICH ARE MORE EFFICIENT.  THERE ARE ZERO PERCENT INTEREST LOANS AVAILABLE FROM MASS SAVE.  VISIT THEM ON THE WEB!
It is Spring tune up time!  $10.00 discount on all preventative maintenance is now in effect.  Also available is a $100.00 discounts on boiler and furnace installations. 

Like us on Facebook!

Follow us on Twitter

Archive Newer | Older

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Ricks' Outlook
Hi folks,
     Some interesting information from the American Energy Coalition:



Canada, our good neighbors to the north have very large proven oil reserves, and they are selling that oil to us (the U.S) at increasing higher volumes.  Most of this oil, or at least the growing quantity, is coming from oil sands in Albert, where an oil boom is currently under way.  After a 2002 study pegging the oil sands reserves to be the third largest in the world (175.2 billion barrels) just behind Saudi Arabia and Venezuela, huge investments have been made to develop that resource.  But as the new production comes on line and crude oil output increases, our Canadian friends are finding it increasingly more difficult to get that oil to market from their land locked Canadian Provence on the border with the U.S.

In September 2008, TransCanada filed an application to build a 1,711 mile pipeline from Alberta to the U.S. Gulf Coast refineries, but the application first needed to approved by the U.S. State Department because the pipeline would cross the international border between the United States and Canada.  This Project is estimated to bring a $20 Billion Dollar investment and 13,000 (union) jobs along with another estimated 118,000 spin off jobs to the six states the pipeline would cross.  But bureaucracy, environmentalists and other special interests are continuing to delay the approval of this project.

In June 2010, TransCanada Corp. began shipping some 590,000 barrels a day, via its newly converted first phase of the Keystone Pipeline, from Alberta to the oil storage hub in Cushing, Oklahoma.  This project converted an existing natural gas pipeline to transport the building glut of crude oil from Canada to the U.S. Midwest oil hub.  TransCanada now wants to extend that pipeline to the Gulf Coast refineries and increase the volume of crude to 1.1 million barrels a day, but is being delayed by special interests.
In the meantime, the glut of crude accumulating in Cushing, Oklahoma is being blamed for the widening differential between the price of oil futures quoted on the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) and those being quoted by the Brent north sea exchange.  In fact, last Thursday that spread hit a record $26.49 per barrel.  At the same time, our Canadians friends are beginning to question our desire to buy their oil, prompting a proposal to build another pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific where the oil could be exported to the Asian markets, and in particular, China, instead of the U.S.

The State Department, following dozens of public meetings, hundreds of thousands of public comments, input from the EPA, DOT, USDA, DOI, DOE, other federal agencies, state agencies and other special interest groups, including environmental groups, did release a draft environmental impact statement in April 2010.  That draft statement concluded that the proposed Keystone pipeline posed little risk to the environment.  But the EPA criticized the report and forced the State Department to provide a more detailed report creating another sixteen month delay.

Last Friday, the State Department released its latest report, and while it contains much greater detail, still concludes the Keystone XL Pipeline proposal poses little risk to the environment.  This latest report now faces a 90 Day Review period and examination by other Federal Agencies.  This is an important issue, not just for our industry, but for all Americans, our economy and jobs.

AEC has posted a number of articles detailing this subject on our web site.  Please visit americanenergycoalition.org and read more about this very important topic.
 
 
 
nada, our good neighbors to the north have very large proven oil reserves, and they are selling that oil to us (the U.S) at increasing higher volumes.  Most of this oil, or at least the growing quantity, is coming from oil sands in Albert, where an oil boom is currently under way.  After a 2002 study pegging the oil sands reserves to be the third largest in the world (175.2 billion barrels) just behind Saudi Arabia and Venezuela, huge investments have been made to develop that resource.  But as the new production comes on line and crude oil output increases, our Canadian friends are finding it increasingly more difficult to get that oil to market from their land locked Canadian Provence on the border with the U.S.

In September 2008, TransCanada filed an application to build a 1,711 mile pipeline from Alberta to the U.S. Gulf Coast refineries, but the application first needed to approved by the U.S. State Department because the pipeline would cross the international border between the United States and Canada.  This Project is estimated to bring a $20 Billion Dollar investment and 13,000 (union) jobs along with another estimated 118,000 spin off jobs to the six states the pipeline would cross.  But bureaucracy, environmentalists and other special interests are continuing to delay the approval of this project.

In June 2010, TransCanada Corp. began shipping some 590,000 barrels a day, via its newly converted first phase of the Keystone Pipeline, from Alberta to the oil storage hub in Cushing, Oklahoma.  This project converted an existing natural gas pipeline to transport the building glut of crude oil from Canada to the U.S. Midwest oil hub.  TransCanada now wants to extend that pipeline to the Gulf Coast refineries and increase the volume of crude to 1.1 million barrels a day, but is being delayed by special interests.

In the meantime, the glut of crude accumulating in Cushing, Oklahoma is being blamed for the widening differential between the price of oil futures quoted on the New York Mercantile Exchange (Nymex) and those being quoted by the Brent north sea exchange.  In fact, last Thursday that spread hit a record $26.49 per barrel.  At the same time, our Canadians friends are beginning to question our desire to buy their oil, prompting a proposal to build another pipeline from Alberta to the Pacific where the oil could be exported to the Asian markets, and in particular, China, instead of the U.S.

The State Department, following dozens of public meetings, hundreds of thousands of public comments, input from the EPA, DOT, USDA, DOI, DOE, other federal agencies, state agencies and other special interest groups, including environmental groups, did release a draft environmental impact statement in April 2010.  That draft statement concluded that the proposed Keystone pipeline posed little risk to the environment.  But the EPA criticized the report and forced the State Department to provide a more detailed report creating another sixteen month delay.

Last Friday, the State Department released its latest report, and while it contains much greater detail, still concludes the Keystone XL Pipeline proposal poses little risk to the environment.  This latest report now faces a 90 Day Review period and examination by other Federal Agencies.  This is an important issue, not just for our industry, but for all Americans, our economy and jobs.

AEC has posted a number of articles detailing this subject on our web site.  Please visit americanenergycoalition.org and read more about this very important topic.
Wed, September 14, 2011 | link          Comments


Archive Newer | Older

webassets/DCP_0113.JPG

We are proud members of:

nefi2010.jpg

nora2.jpg

We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover credit and debit cards.

Greeleys' Oil Co. * 847 Plymouth St. * Halifax, MA 02338 * Phone:  781-293-5275 *
Fax:  781-293-9137

Powered by Register.com