Mansfield Energy's Strategic DEF Supplier, Yara International ASA, Opens World's Largest DEF Production Facility
February 19, 2018
Mansfield Energy Corp announced today Yara International ASA, Mansfield's strategic supplier of DEF (diesel exhaust fluid), has opened the world's largest DEF plant in Brunsbüttel, Germany. "With annual DEF demand forecasted to top 1.7 billion gallons by 2026, our ongoing partnership with Yara enables us to offer customers Air1, the highest quality DEF on the market," explains Andy Austin, SVP of Specialty Products for Mansfield Energy.
February 19, 2018
Mansfield Energy recognized by Citgo with 2017 Platinum Award for outstanding service and commitment to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Mansfield Energy Collaborates with the Fuel Quality Council to Address the Needs of Today's Diesel Engines
February 15, 2018
Mansfield Energy Corp, North America's leading energy supply and logistics provider, announced today its participation in the Fuel Quality Council (FQC) to address the growing questions around why diesel fuel injectors, filters and other engine parts in modern diesel engines are breaking down with seemingly greater frequency. "As a founding member of the Fuel Quality Council, Mansfield is committed to supporting the goals of this organization," explains Andy Austin, SVP Specialty Products for Mansfield Energy.
Gainesville, GA - February 2, 2018
Mansfield Energy Corp, North America’s largest delivered fuel supply and logistics provider, announces the acquisition of Ohio-based Hi-Grade, Inc.’s oil and lubricants business assets. In addition to the residential and commercial fuel and lubricants, Mansfield acquired Hi-Grade’s Pac Pride card lock facility.
January 11, 2018
Mansfield Energy Corp, North America’s largest energy supply and logistics provider, announced the formation of Mansfield Cares, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable non-profit entity. The goal of the foundation is to expand Mansfield’s philanthropic efforts and enable donors to easily support multiple causes around the country.
Gainesville, GA - November 28, 2017
Mansfield Energy provides fuel price protection services to a broad range of industries including transportation, government, waste services, and construction. For companies considering fixed price and other risk management approaches, Jay Blanton, Director of Fuel Price Risk Management, will host an educational webinar December 14, 2017, at 1:00 pm ET. The complimentary session provides best practices for utilizing fixed price purchasing, how to create a risk management program and tips for avoiding common pitfalls.
October 24, 2017
The average cost for gas in Metro Atlanta is now $2.40 a gallon according to GasBuddy.com. Prices had gone up to around $2.70 during the recent storms. Mansfield SVP of Supply Andy Milton told WSB-TV that the benefit of those usually high gas prices the area experienced was that fuel supply did not run out. "We never really ran out like you saw in Texas, and I think a little bit of that higher price kind of helped curb that," Milton said.
Gainesville, GA - October 03, 2017
Mansfield Energy Corp, North America’s largest energy supply and logistics provider, announced today the acquisition of The R.W. Earhart Company in Troy, Ohio.
September 5, 2017
While refineries are still struggling to restart following the destruction of Harvey, Hurricane Irma is bringing a new threat. The storm was upgraded to a Category 5 today as it hurdles towards the Caribbean islands, where it's expected to bring catastrophic destruction. Florida's governor has already declared a state of emergency and begun recommending evacuations in some areas. Mansfield has gone to Code Red for Florida, taking necessary precautions to keep customers supplied for the storm. Typically Mansfield reserves Code Red for the 24-hours before/after a major outage, but given extreme shortages throughout the region Code Red is a more appropriate depiction of supply.
September 4, 2017
The Colonial Pipeline remains offline west of Louisiana, missing the Sunday night target for restarting the Houston to Louisiana segment of the pipeline. Colonial's gasoline and diesel lines are up and running east of Louisiana, though not accepting product form Houston yet. Diesel shipments are running on a 7 day turn, better than previously expected. The next gasoline batch from Colonial is not due until Sept 10. The Plantation Pipeline, which also supplies the Southeast, is operational and running normally, but its capacity is significantly lower than that of Colonial.