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Why We Do What We Do:

Desire to bring trading and supply expertise to the retail level in order to expand retailer margins and allow them to efficiently focus and grow other areas of their business.

teamsmallAbout Twin Feathers:

Charles Robertson started Twin Feathers Consulting (TF) during 1998 in the Chicago area, with a plan to provide secure propane supply and risk management services to independent retailers. The business started representing 30 million retail gallons, and we are currently entrusted with managing well over 150 million gallons annually.

Our company focus has been on clients' security of supply and margin enhancement. Our success has been a result of creating diversified portfolios of product supply and matching clients' retail marketing programs with proven risk strategies. This plan has allowed our customer base to focus on the many other tasks, which has resulted in creating stronger and more profitable businesses.

Working with retailers across the United States, Canada and Mexico, TF has gained the reputation of being a very knowledgeable firm that treats clients and suppliers with a high level of integrity. In addition, Twin Feathers is a member of both the National Propane Gas Association (NPGA) and Propane Gas Association of New England (PGANE) as well as speaking at several state associations and national conferences. Charles serves on the NPGA Propane Supply and Logistics Committee and JD serves on the Supply Committee for PGANE.

Business Philosophy:

"Being a trusted advisor to independent propane retailers to enhance overall return and value for these firms."



Our mission is to be a trusted advisor to independent propane retailers to enhance overall return and value for these firms.


How do we achieve this?

  • Do the right thing: adhering to contracts and intent.
  • Over communicate, over communicate, over communicate: make sure clients know what we know.
  • Experience: focused solely on the propane industry since 1998.


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