There is no identified price of gas station kerosene. However, in 2010 the average wholesale cost per gallon of kerosene was $2.63, in 2011 a gallon cost $3.26, and in 2012 a gallon cost $3.43. In 2015 kerosene prices ro... More »

The price of kerosene heating oil varies throughout the United States. As of August 2015, the cost of kerosene in Maine was $2.90 per gallon, but the price reached $3.30 per gallon in New York State. More »

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Some differences between kerosene and other combustible oils are its price, which can be significantly higher than other oils, the possible addition of fragrances or deodorants to the product and a specific gravity, or r... More »

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Kerosene fuel can be purchased at hardware stores, Home Depot, Lowes and gas stations in most rural areas. Kerosene is usually sold either in 1- or 2-gallon containers or in bulk. More »

Kerosene suitable for home heaters is available from gas stations around the country. This type of kerosene is known as K-1 grade and may be purchased off the shelf or from the pump under various brand names. More »

Depending on the state, teenagers as young as 14 may legally work in gas stations. States such as Oregon, Indiana and Maine prohibit 14- and 15-year-olds from operating certain gas station equipment as of 2015. More »

The price of kerosene heating oil varies throughout the United States. As of August 2015, the cost of kerosene in Maine was $2.90 per gallon, but the price reached $3.30 per gallon in New York State. More »

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