About CityServiceValcon

CityServiceValcon is quickly spreading as one of the major logistics and delivery industry leaders in the United States. If you intend to do business with a robust energy company, you have found the right people.

In business since 1932 our mission continues to escalate quality and service with a leading edge in professional etiquette, technology, and resources. As a preeminent distributor of energy products in your area we will provide optimal outcomes for your fuel, propane, or lubricant needs.

Having been part of the community for so long, we pride ourselves on our ongoing mission to provide outstanding service and top quality energy products in a professional and profitable manner. We are the preeminent distributor of energy products to your location.

7 Operating Principles

We believe in 7 specific operating principles that are the foundation of our mission.

Honesty and Integrity:

In today’s fast-paced world it is easy for businesses to compromise on principles to save money. Rest assured we have your best interests in mind. The fact is, we put people first and take pride in caring for their accounts.

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Our Goals

Provide quality in service and products. 

Develop strong teams to exceed expectations.

Support positive growth in our communities.

Vision Statement

We aspire to be the most respected marketer in the region.

 

We will work as a team to provide innovative services and quality products to our customers.

 

We strive to grow and expand our business through core values of honesty and integrity which allows development and cultivation of profitability and maintaining a strong capital foundation.

 

We will create a safe and healthy environment for our employees in which they feel valued and can pursue their personal growth and career objectives.

 

We seek to contribute in a positive way to the communities we serve by staying true to our core values.

Community

Additionally, we want to take a moment to thank the community we serve. Without all of you, our friends, our family, and our neighbors, we wouldn’t be where we are today.

CityServiceValcon is proud serve in local community groups.  We have employees who volunteer regularly, coach sport teams, and serve on the boards of local businesses. The work we do in the community is perhaps our greatest asset.
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Fuel, Propane, and Lubricants


A primer on global sources of energy
The past 100 years has seen global quality of life indexes go through the roof. Whether it be through the spread of amenities brought on by globalization or greater distribution of electricity, on the whole, people are living better than ever before.

Every day all over the world, billions of people access everything from computers to public transportation to cell phones and so much more. Technology has opened many doors.

Yet, have you ever considered where the energy we use comes from? The fact is, the energy we use is produced through a conversion of some potential energy, whether it be renewable (solar, wind, hydroelectric) or fossil fuels (gasoline, oil).

There are a number of different sources of fuel available for human use, yet some are practical and some are not.

In fact, according to the United States’ Energy Information Administration, the amount of energy available from all the power sources in the world amounts to a whopping 155,481 TeraWatt-hours, as of 2014. Only about 70 percent of that number is actually used.

So, where is it all coming from?

  • Coal: Though coal is now on the decline, it still accounts for around a third of global energy production. In total, around 8 billion tons is burned annually.
  • Oil: Whether diesel, gasoline, liquefied petroleum or otherwise, oil has been the dominant energy source for nearly a century.
  • Gas: Liquid natural gas (LNG) and compressed natural gas (CNG) are making a big push. Currently gas produces around 20% of the world’s energy needs.


    • Although renewable energy is making a big push, it currently accounts for less than 2% of global consumption. As more companies and individuals look for alternative sources of energy, we can logically expect that number to rise. It will be interesting to see what kind of impact those changes will have, and the various ways oil and gas will continue to play a role.



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