This very rare oil brand, Wasatch, Idaho Oil, was rooted in the Pacific Northwest, similar to the Washington Chief brand, but also a very unique logo. From the drop down menu, we have 14', 28' and 42' both Satin or Vintage versions!
Free shipping- we cover the oversize charge for the 42' versions.
The Wasatch company expanded with a new refinery (Idaho Refining Co.) in Pocatello, Idaho in 1937, and another in Spokane, Washington, (Inland Empire Refineries) in 1938. In 1947-1948, Phillips Petroleum bought the interests and assets of Wasatch Oil Company, including the Woods Cross refinery. At the time that Phillips bought the refinery, it had a capacity of 4200 barrels per day, and by 1963, it had expanded to 15,500 barrels per day. Most of the refinery's crude was delivered by way of the Salt Lake Pipe Line Company's pipeline from Rangely, Colorado. (Utah's Black Gold, page 305)
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