Our most popular fuel news articles for 2018
- 14 December 2018
2018 saw the team at Bulk Fuel Australia go above and beyond to serve Australia’s largest projects and events, from the Sunshine Coast Airport Construction to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
For the fuel industry on a whole, it was a year of ups and downs as nervousness over fuel prices peaked and concern over Australia’s fuel supply made headlines. Despite that, there were some breakthrough discoveries in alternative fuels and and a sharp increase of cleaner diesel for businesses hoping to improve their engine power while lowering emissions.
It seems our readers were looking to educate themselves on various aspects of the fuel world in the top fuel blogs you loved in 2018.
Diesel has come a long way since its origins, with different types for different purposes. Further to that, not all of them are derived from petroleum. These are the main five types to keep an eye out for.
A fuel tank is self-explanatory, but what’s the difference between a regular fuel tank and a self-bunded tank? We explain the ins and outs of self-bunded fuel tanks and why it makes sense for companies using large volumes of petrochemicals.
Just as all oil burners are not the same, neither are the oils used in home heating solutions. The different ways crude oil is refined results in different types of fuel products available to the consumer.
“Is Australian running out of fuel” was one of the top fuel headlines of 2018 reported by media outlets including ABC, The Conversation and Sydney Morning Herald. We tackled this question head on looking at Australia’s fuel reserve, where our diesel fuel comes from and the risks involved in importing fuel.
The Old Brisbane Facebook Group hopped on the mystery bus to uncover the origins of this fuel tank buried in a West End garden. The fuel tank offered insight into a piece of Queensland history.
Fuel is a commodity that’s been taxed in varying degrees since Federation and each Australian Government has made changes to fuel taxation. This is how the taxation came about and how it has changed since it was first enacted.
Stay tuned to Bulk Fuel Australia for the latest developments, and of course contact us today to find out more about our fuel delivery service that can reach even the most remote parts of the country.