My reply to point 3 is this; yes the Co. does need to make money, however the dramatic drop in oil prices has significantly reduced the top line and competition is compressing the bottom line.
In the meantime, new acquisitions have resulted in a 9% increase in gallons sold. This number is huge (please excuse my trumpism). I can't say loud enough, how big this actually is. And it's going to get bigger, as these new operations come on line.
When the oil market and spreads comes back to equilibrium, we'll be making more money, per gallon, on 9% more gallons.