Refinery

 

CountryMark’s refinery was built in Mount Vernon, Indiana in 1940, shortly after a local gusher well was discovered nearby. The farmer owners who built the 2,000 barrel-per-day refinery had a vision of energy security and independence, and a commitment to manufacture high quality fuels that would deliver value though power, performance and protection.

Today, the CountryMark refinery processes 27,000 barrels of American crude oil per day, operating 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. The CountryMark refinery brings to the market 450 million gallons of finished fuel products per year. CountryMark is proud to be a reliable supplier of market-leading energy products and services for farms, fleets and families in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky.

CountryMark is unique in that 100% of the crude oil refined at CountryMark is sourced from the Illinois Basin, which includes southern Illinois, southern Indiana and western Kentucky. Transport trucks and a network of pipelines stretching 400 miles bring local crude oil into the refinery. American crude oil that is locally refined provides a dependable source of domestic energy, which aides in domestic energy independence and security.

CountryMark donation rocks!
A CountryMark donation represents a tremendous learning experience for students at the University of Southern Indiana.
 
CountryMark recognizes six individuals with Distinguished Achievement Awards
CountryMark is proud to announce six individuals who were recently honored at CountryMark's Annual Sales Awards Banquet for the organization's top Distinguish Achievement Awards: Energy Sales Representative of the Year, Energy Department Manager of the Year, Energy Sales Specialist of the Year and Energy Support Representative of the Year.
 
Holbrook and Delamora Win CountryMark Grand Prize Safety Awards
Safety is job one at CountryMark and CountryMark Safety Director Aaron Willis recently announced the company's safety performance record, as well as the company's safety performance grand prize winners, for the refinery's recent turnaround.
 
14 Tips for Optimizing the Winter Performance of Your Diesel Fuel
When temperatures drop toward freezing, diesel engines begin to face several unique challenges. Here are 14 tips to help ensure your diesel equipment and vehicles run strong all winter long.
 
Gas with too much ethanol can damage outdoor power equipment
Gas with too much ethanol can damage outdoor power equipment, according to an article written this week by Consumer Reports. If you are looking for the right fuel for your outdoor power equipment, visit one of CountryMark's 17 fuel stations that carry ethanol-free gasoline. For a complete list of all available CountryMark gasoline products, visit our PLUS gasoline website.
 
 

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