Arkansas propane dealer opens new showroom

Joins two other showrooms for Reeves Propane
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The Mountain Home Area Chamber of Commerce in Arkansas held a ribbon-cutting for Reeves Propane. The company is celebrating the grand opening of a new building and showroom at 6752 Highway 62 West, Gassville, AR. Reeves’ other locations also have showrooms and are located in Horseshoe Bend and Batesville, AR. The showrooms feature operating units, propane appliances, fireplaces, log sets,… FULL ARTICLE >>

Ohio propane business opens after founder’s death

Bennington Propane is run by family
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A propane business near Bakersville, OH was recently opened after the founder’s death. Family business Bennington Propane debuted in July after Brock Bennington, a 37-year-old propane worker, died unexpectedly in February. Brock and his father, Jeff, had discussed starting a propane seller a month prior. Brock had already acquired a hazmat license, Department of Transportation number, trucks and a limited… FULL ARTICLE >>

Atlantic-Pratt Energy acquires L&T Oil

Both based in Braintree, MA; serve South Shore
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Atlantic-Pratt Energy, Inc., a Braintree, MA-based fourth generation HVAC company, has acquired L&T Oil, Co. of Braintree for an undisclosed sum. “The acquisition L&T Oil will further strengthen our position in the market and allow us to devote even more resources to serving our customers,” said Don Nogueira, President of Atlantic-Pratt Energy. Atlantic-Pratt Energy was founded in 1921 as Atlantic… FULL ARTICLE >>

EIA gives short-term energy outlook, expects declines this winter

Higher temperatures forecasted
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The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects average expenditures for home heating energy will decline this winter compared to last due to warmer forecast temperatures. EIA expects that both natural gas and electricity bills will decline by 1%, home heating oil by 4% and propane by 15%. However, EIA forecasts that expenditures will increase for homes heated with natural gas… FULL ARTICLE >>

Watts to host webinar on the hydraulics of backflow detector assemblies Oct. 29

Attendees eligible for 0.1 CEUs through ASPE
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The next installment in the Watts Works Engineer Webinar Series will be “Hydraulics of Backflow Detector Assemblies Type 1 & 2.” Designed for engineer, architect, designer, specifier and facility manager customers, the webinar will be broadcast live on October 29. The webinar will focus on the evolution of backflow preventers and the importance of Type II detector assemblies in unmetered… FULL ARTICLE >>
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