Energy
Beneficial Budget Billing Program
Budget billing through ECI lets you manage energy costs by spreading expenditures throughout the year.
Effective Dust Control
You can request road-dust control applications at any ECI location.
Propane Safety & Floods Click here to read more.

Did you know?

    • We offer tankwagon delivery of refined fuels.
    • We have a competitively priced tank lease program.
    • We service residential and ag heaters.
    • We also rent heaters for ag buildings and home use.
    • We offer 24-hour fueling in Hudson, La Porte City and Dysart.
    • We offer E-85 and other blends available at our La Porte City and Hudson Cardtrol.
    • Cenex Premium Road Master Diesel Fuels and Gasolines.
    • ECI offers company fuel cards for all Cardtrol location–Hudson, LaPorte City and Dysart. Call the Energy Center at (319) 342-3057 for more information.

Especially for local businesses:

    • Commercial propane delivery routes
    • Forklift cylinder routes
    • Heaters for rent or lease
    • 100-lb. cylinders and bulk systems create a climate that lets contractors work year ‘round
Contract Prices

2017-Off the truck price $1.30 per gallon

Summer Fill/LP Contracts to be determined

Morning Energy Updates

8-10-17

 

Energy Markets:  A bullish set of DOE inventories for crude and propane saw both markets finishing stronger, with propane the best performer across the complex. Conway and Mt. Belvieu based propane gained 3 cents/gal on the day, to pick up 2.1% of relative value to WTI.  As of 8:00AM CST, the Far Eastern propane hub has rallied some $20/MT likely in response to the bullish US data and strong demand from PDH plant buyers who are benefitting from lucrative propylene margins.


Propane Stocks Hold Flat; 8MM BBLs Below 5-Yr Average: The weekly DOE stats brought a bullish surprise to the propane market, reporting propane stocks up just +0.25MM BBLs compared to pre-release expectations calling for a 2.0MM bbl build. The stats did cause some confusion as production was down just slightly, while exports fell to 641kbd—the lowest level in six weeks. Those tracking exports closely are assured that the low figure is due to timing, as the number of ships scheduled to load in August will keep exports closer to 1,000kbd for the balance of the month absent operational issues or a major shift in the arb.

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 Jim Dykstra
Certified Energy Specialist
 Email, Ph: 319-939-4695