Trusted to Keep You Running

Quality products and reliable service power your farm, home or business.


Let the professionals at River Valley Cooperative shoulder the responsibility when it comes to your needs for propane, refined fuels and quality oils and lubricants.  

  • Our monitored service will keep your propane tank full, so you never need to check the level or worry about running out. 

  • We provide flexible contracts suited to your needs, which don’t require money down. 

  • Our premium fuels contain additives to minimize downtime and maintenance costs, while maximizing productivity. 

  • Our full-time account managers are ready and available in eastern Iowa and western Illinois – Boots On the Ground Year-Round!  

  • For more information about our energy solutions or to order propane contact: 800-730-2838.

  • For a propane emergency, call: 563-357-0816. This number is for emergencies only. River Valley Cooperative does not service appliances, furnaces, propane fireplaces, or water heaters. Please call a certified technician/appliance repair person for this type of service.


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River Valley Cooperative provides dependable service and a variety of propane contract options, so you can rest assured your home and business will remain fueled all year long. 

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River Valley Cooperative offers a variety of bulk fuel options. Customers choose the delivery and contract options that work best for them, no matter the products needed. You can count on us to keep your operations running 365 days a year.

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River Valley Cooperative has partnered with RILCO, a local supplier, to provide customers access to premium oils, fluids, and other products.

Energy Update | June 11

  • WTI Crude is currently up $1.95 trading at $77.47.  ULSD NY is up five cents and RBOB is up two cents.  Propane is starting the week up slightly. Propane closed the week slightly higher on Friday, making for a relatively unchanged price move on the week with Conway down half cent.
  • As reported last week, OPEC announced that some of the production cuts will be phasing out in October.  The market saw a large dip but quickly reversed the trend to finish the week.
  • Friday's U.S. jobs data prompted investors to trim expectations for interest rate cuts this year.  This resulted in a strengthening U.S. dollar.
  • Leading the bulls this week is demand-related as analysts are discussing a rebound on gas and diesel consumption as summer driving ramps up.
  • The DOE has solicited another bid for 6M bbls of sour crude for the SPR to be delivered between September and December.
  • The propane market has remained fairly rigid for the past month or so, with the daily closing price and moving averages holding within a 5-7 cent range since the beginning of May. Large builds have been reported, but export volumes continue to be strong at 1.7 to 2M bpd.