Illinois Basin Crude Oil

 
CountryMark is the largest buyer of crude oil from the Illinois Basin. Here are facts about the Illinois Basin Oil Industry.
 
Geography: The Illinois Basin is a geological region that covers southern Illinois, southern Indiana and western Kentucky. It includes 22,000 oil wells producing more than 12 million barrels of American oil per year.
 

Jobs: The Illinois Basin oil industry employees 20,000 workers in crude oil exploration, production, refining, marketing and finished production distribution. These are jobs that pay wages capable of supporting families, paying mortgages and putting children through college. These are good paying jobs that we as a nation covet.

 
Crude Oil Purchases: In 2016, CountryMark purchased $292 million worth of Illinois Basin crude oil from 30,000 mineral rights owners.    



CountryMark Fuels Power the Indiana State Fair
The 2018 Indiana State Fair will run from August 3-19 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis. During this 17-day fair, the tractor shuttles will be powered by CountryMark's Premium Dieselex-4, and the antique tractors will be powered by CountryMark PLUS gasoline. Both CountryMark fuel products are being delivered by Co-Alliance.
 
CountryMark Fueling Freedom Events Raised more than $62K for Military Families
CountryMark's Fueling Freedom events on June 22 raised more than $62,000 to support local National Guard Family Readiness Groups.
 
Fueling Freedom celebrates 10th anniversary on June 22
On Friday, June 22, thirty-nine CountryMark fuel stations across the Midwest will host Fueling Freedom, an event dedicated to supporting local military families.
 
CountryMark recognizes outstanding energy professionals
CountryMark recently honored five energy professionals for outstanding performance and leadership during the annual CountryMark Awards Banquet hosted in Indianapolis on Saturday, November 18
 
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