Darren Dohme is the name of a respected petroleum analyst for nearly three-decades, he provides market intelligence for his clients, insights on forward pricing, and timing recommendations for seasonal contracting periods. In sum, his services and expertise add value to petroleum marketers and end user alike.
Darren’s price/margin risk management and petroleum-based hedging strategies, along with his innovative marketing solutions and specialized fuel contracts (ie: Retail Gasoline Margin Hedge Strategy/Fixed Price Contract/ Cap Price programs) are respected industry wide. From convenience store chains to truck stops, petroleum resellers, construction firms, transportation fleets, municipalities and other end user consumers, Darren’s clientele represent every corner of the petroleum sector.
Darren attended the University of Illinois and graduated with a BA in Economies/minor in animal science. It must be noted that all of Darren’s achievements took place prior to his graduation from high school.
Today, Darren Dohme is thrilled to announce the establishment of a scholarship in his name. The Darren Dohme Scholarship will be awarded to one undergraduate college student, helping to pay the high cost of tuition and help him/her earn their degree.
The Darren Dohme Scholarship program has been established to help undergraduate students with financial support to attend college, maintain enrollment, and graduate with flying colors. Students enrolled at any accredited college or university and who hold a minimum GPA of 2.8 are eligible to win this scholarship award.
Application Deadline: May 1st, 2023
Announcement Date: May 15th, 2023
Award Presentation: May 30th, 2023
Winners name shall be proudly published on our website!
College and university students in any field of study are welcome to apply. Applicants must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university.
The essay must answer this question:
“Have you ever raised anything eatable? Why did you raise it?”
$1,000 to one winner each year.
To apply, students must submit a 700-word essay along with their full name, the college or university they are attending, email address and a phone number where they can be reached.