WaKEENEY — Bosselman Energy Inc., formerly Schreiner’s Inc., announced Friday it now is able to offer diesel fuel to customers. The company stopped offering diesel in 2008 and focused only on propane.

“So many of our customers wanted us to help them with diesel fuel and gasoline, and we finally were able to get set up to do so,” said Bryce Woodall, manager of Bosselman Energy, WaKeeney.

Bosselman Energy installed three 12,000-gallon tanks at its location on Old U.S. Highway 40 and will be able to supply farm and commercial diesel fuel, along with gasoline. The setup and installation of the tank took approximately six months and is now fully operational. 

Bosselman Energy offers spot loads and forward contracts and supplies the agriculture, oilfield, commercial and municipal customers.

“We are very excited to be able to add the diesel and gasoline to our line of products,” Woodall said. “We feel like with the addition of these services, along with the new bulk oil warehouse that was completed last year, we will be able to offer a wide variety of services to a wide range of customers, providing them with a new way to save money and streamline their business.”

Nick Schwien is managing editor at The Hays Daily News.