Join Date: Sep 2016
Location: Outside of Edmonton, Alberta
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Up north, we transport and store diesel for a mirage of different uses; gen sets, furnaces, diesel powered trucks, heavy equipment, etc. The tank farms are in excess of a million liters, and the small point in time refueling these farms occurs in, (24 hours this time of year til the roads melt), the inventory of fuel has to last until the following year. From my knowledge, there is nothing added to the fuel, other than some type 1 to allow usage in colder climates and conditions; Ie winter blend diesel. While this fuel is all eventually consumed, it does sit for months and months at a time, through various severe conditions.
Short story, I'm certain it will be just fine for the month or two it takes to burn through a tank.