Lykins Oil Expands Into Natural Gas Brokerage
MILFORD, Ohio -- Lykins Oil Co. is once again expanding its service offerings, this time to include a licensed natural gas brokerage. Its new Lykins Energy division will help Ohio businesses save time and money in the state's deregulated natural gas market.
“We are excited to add natural gas services. Our goal is to provide value to our customers by addressing all their energy needs," said Lykins Cos. President Jeff Lykins. "At Lykins, we are known for providing our customers with the highest-quality products at the lowest possible price."
According to the Milford, Ohio-based company, this latest service offering further positions Lykins as a one-stop energy source for commercial and consumer needs. Lykins serves customers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, as well as throughout the Midwest and Southeast, with five key services: Branded Fuels, Wholesale Fuels, Commercial, Transportation and Home Heating Oil. The company represents five major fuel brands: BP, ExxonMobil, Marathon, Shell and Clark.
Lykins Oil added an electricity brokerage service to the company’s offering earlier this year, and said this new natural gas brokerage is a logical expansion of services.
The task of choosing a natural gas supplier can be overwhelming and time consuming for a business owner. Its natural gas brokerage service saves companies money on their bills and lets them focus on what they do best -- running their business, according to the company.
“We analyze how a company does business and its natural gas usage patterns. We do the leg work and due diligence to thoroughly screen potential suppliers to ensure they are viable, healthy companies with a reputation to deliver. We obtain competitive prices from multiple suppliers. Then, we recommend the natural gas supplier and pricing options that are best suited to each company’s needs, and we establish an agreement and service with the provider the client company chooses," Jeff Lykins explained. "This helps businesses lower and control monthly bills.”