FUELING FLORIDAONE GALLON AT A TIME
Owning and operating gas stations is among the most difficult and stressful feats in business. Fortunately, worrying about dealing with multiple companies for fuel distribution, parts installation and maintenance, compliance, construction, and credit card processing is a thing of the past. Our experience in virtually every aspect of the gasoline industry led us to create a company that can provide you with everything you need without having to contact different companies for different tasks. Whether you operate a branded or unbranded site, our ability to deliver fuel from most major brands and suppliers, along with helping you keep your station up and running, is what makes us the right choice for your business. In other words, our job is to be more than just a jobber.
Our Technicians are fully trained and maintain the highest standards of professionalism in conduct, appearance and craftsmanship. At Petro Solutions, we are always available to respond to your service calls or questions.
Preventative, fixed-cost and lighting maintenance solutions with complete C-store equipment repair.
24/7/365 factory-authorized maintenance, environmental compliance inspection and monitoring systems.
CREDIT CARD PROCESSING
Comprehensive and affordable credit card processing in various methods, with service from the pumps to the store.
When it comes to finding oil, geologists are the ones responsible. Geologists use their knowledge of rock formations in order to find the right conditions for an oil trap. Petroleum is found in vast underground reservoirs where ancient seas were located, and is extracted by drilling wells from an appropriate surface configuration into the hydrocarbon-bearing reservoir or reservoirs. There are three levels of extraction: Primary, Secondary and Tertiary.
Oil tankers were once the only means of transporting petroleum. Even petroleum that needed to be transported across land was often loaded onto an oil tanker and shipped via water channel to a port close to its destination. Oil tankers are generally divided into two basic types. Crude tankers transport crude oil while product tankers transport refined product. Ultra large crude carriers are capable of transporting over two million barrels of oil, Supertankers are so large that they cannot enter most ports fully loaded. Instead, they load and unload cargo at offshore platforms.
Petroleum refining refers to the process of converting crude oil into useful products. Crude oil is composed of hundreds of different hydrocarbon molecules, which are separated through the process of refining. The process is divided into three basic steps: separation, conversion, and treatment. Separation refers to the process of distillation. Conversion is simply the process of changing on kind of hydrocarbon into another. Treatment is the final process of refining, and includes combining processed products to create various octane levels, vapor pressure properties, and special properties for products used in extreme environments.
After crude oil is refined into gasoline and other petroleum products, the products must be distributed to consumers. One of the unique advantages of oil as an energy source is the variety of ways it can be transported, both from the well to the refinery, and from the refinery to terminals, bulk plants and eventual end users. The job of transporting crude oil and refined products can be done by the producer, refiner, pipeline trader or one of several downstream distributors. This is where we come into the picture.
The marketing and retailing of gasoline is carried out by outlets operated by the integrated refiner marketers who produce the gasoline, distribute it and market it, often through affiliate or licensed operators who own individual outlets — or by independent marketers. Gasoline is the most popular product derived from petroleum and constitutes the largest fraction of product obtained per barrel of crude oil. Diesel, like gasoline, is used to fuel engines – in cars, trucks and heavy machinery. It is also processed and part of thousands of different items, including tires, refrigerators, life jackets, and anesthetics.