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Old 12-13-2007, 04:40 PM   #29
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new-to-rving hi filling it up is not fun but the fun you are going to have is worth the price . igrew up in manchester.
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In our part of northern California, gasoline prices fell about 6 cents per gallon last week. But, diesel prices remained at about 3.59 to 3.65 per gallon.

What I don't understand is why diesel prices don't drop when gas does? Yea, I know diesel is now formulated for ultra low sulfur, but gasoline is also formulated for winter and summer conditions.

IMHO, they are just gouging us and our politicians are letting them!

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Paulin:
In our part of northern California, gasoline prices fell about 6 cents per gallon last week. But, diesel prices remained at about 3.59 to 3.65 per gallon.

What I don't understand is why diesel prices don't drop when gas does? Yea, I know diesel is now formulated for ultra low sulfur, but gasoline is also formulated for winter and summer conditions.

IMHO, they are just gouging us and our politicians are letting them!

Paul </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

There is absolutely no reason why they should move in tandem. Diesel use is expanding in Europe and other countries and soon (2010) in US while gasoline is falling due to both seasonal and use changes. In addition, heating oil which is basically same as diesel is rising as well from cold snap going on. Further two refineries in Europe are off line which is sucking more form supply. All that said a somewhat slowing economy has put some downward pressure on diesel of late and it was at $3.109 at exit 29 of I-95 in GA when I went throught this Monday.
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