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Allied-Ott Petroleum chosen to upgrade marina fueling system at Morse Lake Marina

Uncategorizedon March 31st, 2016Comments Off on Allied-Ott Petroleum chosen to upgrade marina fueling system at Morse Lake Marina

Allied-Ott Petroleum chosen to contruct new fueling facility on Ohio River in Paducah Kentucky

Uncategorizedon March 31st, 2016Comments Off on Allied-Ott Petroleum chosen to contruct new fueling facility on Ohio River in Paducah Kentucky

Allied-Ott chosen to construct new marina fueling system at Caesars Creek Marina

Uncategorizedon March 31st, 2016Comments Off on Allied-Ott chosen to construct new marina fueling system at Caesars Creek Marina

Allied-Ott was chosen to construct the new marina fueling system as part of the $9 million new Caesars Creek Marina in Waynesville, OH

Hoosier Energy Chooses Allied Ott Petroleum to Contruct New Fueling Faciilty

Uncategorizedon October 18th, 2013Comments Off on Hoosier Energy Chooses Allied Ott Petroleum to Contruct New Fueling Faciilty

Allied OttChosen to Install 25,000 gallon Oil Water Seperator for The Indiana Railroad Company

Uncategorizedon November 5th, 2012Comments Off on Allied OttChosen to Install 25,000 gallon Oil Water Seperator for The Indiana Railroad Company

Allied Ott Petroleum equipment company has been chosen to install a 25,000 gallon Oil Water Interceptor for The Indiana Railroad COmpany in Jasonville, IN.  As part of the scope of the project, Allied Ott Petroleum Equipment will also be installing a 1,000 gallon Oil Water Seperator and and advanced hydrocarbon filtration system.

Allied-Ott Chosen to Install 25,000 gallon UST at IU Methodist Hospital

Uncategorizedon November 5th, 2012Comments Off on Allied-Ott Chosen to Install 25,000 gallon UST at IU Methodist Hospital

Allied Ott Petroleum Equipment has been chosen to install two 25,000 gallon UST’s at IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, IN.  The project includes the installation of new underground fuel storage tanks to provide fuel to the new generator expansion project.  Also included in the project scope is the removal and closure of a 20,000 gallon UST.

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