Plymouth St. - P.O. Box 494, Halifax, MA 02338
Phone: 781-293-5275 Fax: 781-293-9137
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 37 years.
We have 24 Hour emergency oil burner service by our own
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.
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.
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 September 13, 2
018 to September 21,
Budget customer- 4 cents off for budget accounts
(Our best deal- call us for details or click here)
150 gallons or more- $2.859 gallon
100 gallons- $2.999/ gallon
50 gallons- $3.299/
Call us for diesel pricing
*Prices subject to change without notice
We have full service with very competitive
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
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Friday, December 30, 2011
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Can you imagine if we did this?
From The American Energy Coalition:
December 26, 2011: RI Homeowners and Businesses Endure Multi-Day Gas Outage
More than 1,500 homes
and businesses in Westerly, R.I. recently endured several days without heat and hot water just before Christmas due to a problem
with a utility gas pipeline, according to a report by Bloomberg Businessweek.
National Grid says crews went door to door in Westerly on Dec. 22, 2011, to close off
natural gas meters of 1,600 customers as it worked on a distribution problem, according to the report. Utility spokesman David
Graves said crews worked through the night and had secured about 800 meters by roughly 7 a.m. on Dec. 23 after air got into
the system, causing extremely low gas pressure.
Many of the affected customers lost gas for more than two days,
and at least one business owner said that National Grid should make compensation for the business losses that he sustained.
Chris Champagne told the local ABC News affiliate that sales at his Westerly restaurant were down 50 percent during the outage.
Some homes had to wait to have gas
service restored because the occupants didn't answer the door when technicians visited, according to a story in the New London Day. Utility gas technicians left tags with a number for homeowners to call to have their pilot lights
National Grid expects to take full responsibility for the problem. Spokesperson Jackie Barry says anyone
who's taken a loss from the gas shutoffs should file a claim with their claims department, according to the ABC News report.
Barry said that all gas was restored by the afternoon of Dec. 24.
To read the Bloomberg Businessweek story, click here.
To read the ABC News story, click here.
To read the New London Day story, click here.
Thursday, December 15, 2011
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Hi Folks, NEFI
has the following information:
TELL CONGRESS TO EXPEDITE APPROVAL
OF KEYSTONE XL
Despite a sluggish economic recovery, high unemployment and volatile energy prices, President Barack
Obama recently announced a major new delay for the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline. The administration had previously announced
that after a 36-month review it would finally make a decision on whether or not to approve the pipeline by the end of the
year. But on November 10th the administration reversed course and announced that it would not make a final decision until
after the Presidential election, likely sometime in 2013.
The pipeline delay is a major blow to U.S.-Canadian relations,
the economy and consumers. According to experts, the pipeline would have provided more than 700,000 barrels per day of North
American crude oil from the Dakotas, Montana, Oklahoma and Canada to refineries along the Texas Gulf Coast, and then on to
consumers. The pipeline was expected to create 20,000 U.S. construction jobs and as many as 100,000 new jobs in the broader
energy industry. It would have provided more than $5.2 billion in tax revenue to the Keystone XL corridor states, brought
a much needed economic stimulus to local communities and resulted in greater energy stability and independence for all Americans.
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