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

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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 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 September 18, 2
017 to September 25,
2017
Budget customer- 4 cents off for budget accounts
(Our best deal- call us for details or click here)
150 gallons or more- $2.299 gallon
100 gallons- $2.499/ gallon
50 gallons- $2.899/ 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!
FALL IS COMING!  IT IS TIME TO MAKE SURE YOUR HEATING UNITS ARE READY FOR ANOTHER NEW ENGLAND WINTER. 

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Hi Folks!

Here's a little tidbit of information for the lucky people
who can get away during the cold days of winter.

There are many different ways and forms of alarms
to protect  your home in winter.  They range from very
inexpensive units to sophisticated alarms monitored
by a security company.

One very inexpensive devise is called a freeze alarm.
If you have a neighbor that is a friend and can see
your home from his home, this can give you some
protection.  It is a simple unit that you plug into an
outlet.  I know of one person who hangs a  string
of Christmas lights in the window and plugs them
into  the alarm.  When the temperature drops
below the setting, the Christmas lights go on,
alerting the neighbor to take action.  Some of
the hardware and big box stores carry these
units.

Some devices attach to a telephone and will call
one or more numbers when the temperature in
the home drops.  Most security systems have an
option for a temperature alarm.  They can call
the owner or designated party, who notifies us
so we can respond to the no heat call.

Another option is to winterize your home if you
are leaving for an extended time.  A plumber
must perform this task.  This process has its
advantages and disadvantages which I am not
going to address in this article.

Rick

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Friday, January 11, 2013

Friday January 11, 2013
Hi Folks,

It's been awhile since my last note.  One reason is that the
oil market has been bouncing in a range between  $85-$93
a barrell for  quite  awhile.  So far,  no big storms  to cause
disruption in this part of the country.  Moderate weather and
conservation is also keeping the price at present levels. 
Obvioulsy this could change with a change in weather.

Cushing Oklahoma is packed to the ceiling with crude oil,
almost double the inventory of last year.  With the high
inventories, the price of crude should drop.

US Energy Information Administration reported this spike
in crude inventories is due to increased production from
tight oil formations (fracking).  "US total crude oil production
averaged 6.4 million barrels per day in 2012, the highest
annual rate of production since 1997 and an .8 million
bbl/d increase from 2011."  Production is estimated to
increase to 7.9 million bbl/d by 2014, the highest rate of
crude production since 1988.

Offshore production is also expected to increase from 1.26
million bbl/d in 2912 to 1.44 million bbl/d by 2014,  New
Projects, including Jack-st malo, a joint field development,
Big Foot, Tubular Bells and Lucius will contribute to these
increases.  Lack of pipelines have restricted the flow of
these products to market.  Our Government at work!

Just My Opinion
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