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Old 11-19-2015, 06:22 PM   #1
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It makes no sense

I seen today that gas is down to $1.61 for regular but the price for diesel is still at $2.39 a gallon,that's where its been most of the summer.
How come the diesel price isn't dropping?
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Old 11-19-2015, 06:32 PM   #2
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I expect because the use of gasoline is dropping off while the use of diesel which fuels the transportation of goods remains the same. It is a matter determining the profit and then taking it where it it easiest.
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How about $2.49 reg and $2.69 diesel? Feel better now?
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Old 11-19-2015, 06:52 PM   #4
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How about $2.49 reg and $2.69 diesel? Feel better now?
LOL Oh wait my gasser is loving the $1.69 per gal
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We needed about 65 gallons of diesel fuel yesterday. Driving down the road we passed a station with easy in and out and advertised diesel fuel price at $2.09. Turning around a motorhome + toad takes some planning so we decided to keep on going and look for the next good station. About 20 miles down the road we crossed the state line and saw a FlyingJ. Pulled in and we paid $2.67 per gallon for the 65 gallons!!!!!!
I keep telling myself the cheap station probably had water in the fuel and they were trying to get rid of the stuff.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/12/bu...pply.html?_r=0

All fuel should be cheap!!!!!
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Fuel prices

How about 1.19 a liter, roughly 5.40 a gallon [ imp gal.]




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One issue is that winter is approaching a there is starting to be a demand for heating oil which does eat up diesel stocks.
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I seen today that gas is down to $1.61 for regular but the price for diesel is still at $2.39 a gallon,that's where its been most of the summer.
How come the diesel price isn't dropping?
I remember diesel at $4.99 a gallon, I'll never complain if it's under $3.00 a gallon!
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Diesel is a lot cheaper than gas... until you add TAX!
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In New Jersey diesel is cheaper than high test.
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Old 11-20-2015, 02:34 AM   #12
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$1.88 in South Carolina,
feel better now? ��
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Reg. in NH is $2.11. It hasn't been stable this year. Up and down daily. I guess it all depends when the CEO's take there vacations.
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Like in an earlier post heating oil cuts into diesel reserves. Spring and fall also get high use since that is the peak times for farmers planting and harvesting and most of their equipment is diesel. Jim.
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