Chaseburg Co-Op offers many different methods to ensure your family stays warm and comfortable in your home this winter season!
- Propane: We offer propane at a competitive price to ensure you are getting the best price for your heating budget. Look out for our Summer-Fill prepay program every summer for the winter heating season
- Cenex Fuel: There are #1 and #2 fuel oils available to you
Customer and employee safety is our number one priority. Please review the propane safety guidelines for you and your family. If you ever have questions about propane and / or your tank, do not hesitate to give us a call.
Agricultural & Commercial Fuels
Whether you’re filling your farm tractor with Cenex Ruby Fieldmaster premium ag diesel from the tank or your car with Cenex premium gasoline at our convenience store, if you use standard diesel fuel, switching to Cenex premium diesel Ruby Fieldmaster or Roadmaster XL can make a powerful difference in your trucks and farm equipment!
Diesel fuel is all the same, right? Wrong!
These Cenex premium diesel varieties are proven to deliver more power and up to 5 percent better fuel economy. Plus, they contain special additives formulated for the demands of today’s modern engines.
Propane is a tasteless, colorless, and odorless gas and is flammable when mixed with air. An odorant called ethyl mercaptan is added to propane to give it the odor.
Propane vapor is heavier than air. This means that propane vapor will pool at the lowest point possible. It will collect in basements, crawl spaces, or along the floor.
Odor fade can cause a propane leak to have very little smell with it. Odor fade can be caused by air, water, or rust in the tank or cylinder. When propane is leaking underground its passage through soil may remove odorant, or propane odor may stick to inside surfaces of gas piping and tanks.
Propane gas leaks, regardless of the size or volume of gas escaping, present a threat to both life and property. This threat comes in the form of fire, explosion, and suffocation.
If a leak occurs, immediately evacuate the building/residence without hanging up the phone or turning on/off light switches, appliance motors or anything else that could create a spark. Go to a safe area, make sure no one is injured, and DO NOT allow anyone to enter the building until service personnel arrive and the building is determined to be safe.
A leak test must be performed on your system before gas can be delivered and a responsible adult (over the age of 18) must be present so the service person can have access to the home. Once the system passes a leak test Chaseburg Co-op must re-light all gas appliances.
Out of Gas Procedures
If you run out of gas, take the following steps:
- Close the service valve on the propane tank
- Call Chaseburg Co-Op immediately
It is imperative that you are at home so the Chaseburg Co-Op personnel can check the entire gas system for leaks and light all pilots. This is a National Fire Protection Association requirement. If our driver arrives and no one is home, he will not put any gas in the tank. The return trip will result in an additional charge.
Charges for Out of Gas Calls
Customers on scheduled deliveries will not be subject to additional charges.
Normal work days and hours are Monday – Friday 7:30AM – 3:30PM
Customers on will call, COD, or scheduled delivery that have delinquent accounts are subject to the following additional charges.
- Same day delivery during normal work days
- Out of gas system leak test during normal work days
- Trips on weekends or holidays
- Trips after 3:30 pm
How Can We Help?
No matter what your farming and agriculture needs are, Chaseburg Co-Op is your one-stop-shop! From keeping your animals fed and crops nourished, to keeping your family warm at home, we are here to help. Give our team of specialists a call at 608-483-2194.