Lykins Energy Solutions has named Zachary Stanfield Manager of Human Resources. Prior to joining Lykins, Stanfield worked as an Assistant Vice President, Market Manager with National Bank & Trust.
Active in the community, Stanfield is Vice President of the Milford-Miami Township Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the Clermont County Senior Fair Board, Milford Street Eats Festival, Milford Frontier Days Committee and Christ Church Cathedral Committee. Stanfield holds a Bachelor’s degree from Denison University and holds an Associate of Science degree from Southern State Community College. He graduated Suma Cum Laude from both Denison and Southern State.
About Lykins Energy Solutions
Lykins Energy Solutions has been in business since 1948. Oil and gas have always been the company’s focus. However, Lykins is much more than an oil company. Lykins supplies the region with a wide array of energy products and services. The company serves customers in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, as well as throughout the Midwest and the Southeast United States and provides key services including: Branded Fuels, Wholesale Fuels, Commercial, Transportation and Home Heating Oil, Propane, Lubricants, Electricity and Natural Gas. The company represents six major brands that they sell to independent gas dealers: BP, Marathon, ExxonMobil, Shell, Gulf, and Clark.
Lykins Energy Solutions is one of the 100 largest privately held companies in Ohio, and one of the top 10 largest Petroleum Marketing Companies in Ohio. Lykins is one of the oldest and largest Petroleum Marketing Companies in the region and the nation. Currently, Lykins Energy Solutions employs 250 people. For more information, please visit www.lykinsenergy.com
Lykins Energy Solutions is proud to be able to help Mitchell with such an amazing project! Please click here to read more about what he is doing for the community.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio is warning utility customers of a payment scam that has surfaced across the state over the past few weeks.
The scam is targeting particularly electric and natural gas utility customers, both residential and small business. A caller claiming to represent the utility informs the customer that they owe money from their past bill and must pay immediately or face termination of service. Customers are instructed to purchase a pre-paid debit card and then call a toll free number to transfer the money.
Most utilities do not ask for pre-paid debit cards for payment and provide ample time for customers to make a payment before service is terminated. Customers having questions about their account should call the appropriate utility. A listing of PUCO regulated utility company customer service numbers can be found here.
Customers believing they have been a victim of payment fraud are encouraged to contact their local authorities as well.
Please visit the PUCO website for more information. www.puco.ohio.gov
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and the Propane Education & Research Council have posted 5 steps to take to prepare for the coming winter season.
1. Check your current propane supply. Make sure that you are aware of your current supply to decide your needs to get through the heating season.
2. Call your provider. Get in touch with the propane provider that issued your tank. Begin a good working relationship and develop a plan for your propane supply including refills, automatic refills and payment programs to make sure your tank stays full.
3. Fill up early. By filling your tank early (before the demand for propane increases due to falling temperatures) you can help your provider better plan for supply needs so that everyone has a safe and comfortable winter.
4. Make sure your home or business is running efficiently. Have a technician check your appliances and propane system, look for energy efficient upgrades like programmable thermostats, let the sun naturally heat your home by opening curtains and set your water heater no higher than 120 degrees.
5. Explore the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). HEAP is available to income-eligible customers in Ohio. For more information visit www.winterheat.ohio.gov
For more information from the PUCO, please visit their website at www.puco.ohio.gov
On September 11, 2014, Lykins Energy Solutions sponsored its 25th annual charity golf tournament at Legendary Run Golf Club. Jeff Lykins serves as President and CEO of Lykins Energy Solutions and is proud to carry on his family tradition of giving back to the community. In addition to his duties as President and CEO, Jeff serves on numerous non-profit and business boards in the area. Although many businesses support the event by attending and donating, Jeff noted Copper Blue Restaurant in Milford provided all the lunches for the golfers and DigiMax donated all the print materials and staff golf shirts for the event. In addition, Legendary Run Golf Course made a significant in kind contribution for the event.
This year, as in the past 15 years, CASA for Clermont Kids has been the beneficiary of Jeff’s and his staff’s efforts. He believes that the work done by CASA helps make Clermont County a better place to live and work. CASA for Clermont Kids and its volunteers serve abused, neglected, and dependent children in Clermont County. Every day in Clermont County children are removed from their homes by Children’s Protective Services and are thrust into the Juvenile Court System, through no fault of their own. The CASA for Clermont Kids volunteers work to find a safe, loving, and stable atmosphere for this children.
Jeff presented a check to Nathan Bell, the Executive Director of CASA for Clermont Kids, for the proceeds of this years golf tournament on October 3, 2014 at Copper Blue Restaurant in Milford.
Lykins Energy Solutions has partnered up with The Cincinnati Bengals! Every other 3rd down, when the Bengals are on defense, you’ll see the Lykins “Energy” Meter on the big screen to pump up the crowd. Who-dey!
CASA for Clermont Kids presented the first annual Lykins Positive Energy Award last Friday to Jeff Lykins. This award, which will be given out annually at future Spring Charity Galas, is being named after Jeff Lykins for all he has done to support CASA for Clermont Kids. The purpose of this award is to recognize and thank an individual or company for their outstanding support, efforts, and commitment to CASA for Clermont Kids. It also recognizes the difference they have made and continue to make to the program and in the community.
Lykins Energy Solutions now has a Fleet Management Program through Voyager. This program is perfect for landscaping, plumbing, and construction companies and it’s the easiest way to manage your employees fueling and save money.
-230,000 accepting merchants nationwide
-Real time online account access
-USA based customer service
-No markup fees
2 vehicles, or 300 vehicles, we would be happy to serve you.
Call 1-800-875-8820 and ask for a Lykins Energy Solutions Fleet Representative.
With every strike out, “Lykins Energy Solutions” will appear on the big screen and the smoke stacks will shoot off at Great American Ball Park. All sponsored by Lykins Energy Solutions, “Powered By Life”.
Friday, March 7th — Lykins Energy Solutions hosted 20 Amelia High School students Junior Achievement class.
Junior Achievement has a job shadowing program that brings high school students into companies to spend half the day going to different divisions and learning about the jobs within the company.
The students learned about Lykins mission, vision statements, and their company history, as well as the energy products Lykins offers and how they get those products to their customers. They found out what education, training and requirements people may need in order to get jobs in finance, business management, human resources, marketing, advertising, transportation and logistics within the company.
Each student received a certificate of achievement from Lykins Energy Solutions before they left.