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Old 05-23-2012, 12:47 AM   #29
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Price hikes could end if Congress wanted it to. There is no new excuses for oil companies to hike rates for Memorial day. In fact winter is coming and we got to take out summer additives to make winter additives work. Price hike coming for that change. Support your local hijacking company today, after all- they look out for you.
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Gas in SoCal cost an arm and a leg and your first born son. $4.37 @ 7-11.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:48 AM   #31
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Gas at the Bucky's, New Braunfels Tx. 3.10 per Gal.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:49 AM   #32
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Gas prices are continuing to slowly drift down up here. One station is at $3.49, another at $3.59 and the rest are at $3.63/$3.64. diesel is at $3.83. This is with the price of oil at $90.xx per barrel.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:56 AM   #33
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Increased demand + steady supply = price increases.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:57 AM   #34
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I got a pleasant shock last evening. Took the MH to the local Fred Meyers to fill up for our upcoming trip. We get a 10 cent per gallon discount there as DW buys groceries from them. The last time I looked their sign price for diesel was $4.59. DW said she drove by there earlier yesterday and it was $4.19. At 7 pm last night it was $4.13 less 10 cents for $4.03. Still not cheap but every little bit helps.

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Maybe the local BP refinery finally got up and running after a big fire a couple of months ago. No steady supply here in the Northwest. The above mentioned BP refinery supplied about 20% of the petroleum products in this area and a large percentage of the jet fuel for Vancouver International Airport.

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The thing that really pisses me off is it takes less than an hour for prices to jump 10-20 cents when anybody catches wind of a hurricane, refinery disruption, the president of Iran, North Korea, erc farts! But when the price of oil drops, supplies hit the highest levels in 20 years, demand in down, etc we get a penny or two drop a week! It is gouging and it is all about greed!!!
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Old 05-23-2012, 11:12 AM   #36
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It would be nice just to see gas at 4.00 a gal we pay 4.59
my DW and I were at costco three weeks ago getting gas
I told her the price was 4.11 she said thats great never though
I would see the time when 4.11 a gal was great
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Oil just went down to $89.71! And congress just passed all those subsidies to big oil again so why aren't the prices down? We pay at the pump, through subsidies for them and probably other ways we don't even know about.
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3.29 here been going down every week I just put 85 gal in yesterday still need a quarter of a tank be safe this weekend
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Last week went to the coach to shampoo the vacuum & carpet. Got gas at the Shell Station a block from the storage lot. $3.69/20 gallons (Kroger card got me a $0.10 cents per gallon discount. The rest was @ $3.79/gal. Topped off this morning at BP (using my BP card) $3.80/gal (Had BP points -.04/ discount for the first 20 gallons and $3.84/gal discount price after the first 20 gallons. Posted price for non BP cash was $3.89 and for a regular credit card $4.01/gal.

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Oil just went down to $89.71! And congress just passed all those subsidies to big oil again so why aren't the prices down? We pay at the pump, through subsidies for them and probably other ways we don't even know about.

Price at the pump isn't primarily determined by cost of raw materials.
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The thing that really pisses me off is it takes less than an hour for prices to jump 10-20 cents when anybody catches wind of a hurricane, refinery disruption, the president of Iran, North Korea, erc farts! But when the price of oil drops, supplies hit the highest levels in 20 years, demand in down, etc we get a penny or two drop a week! It is gouging and it is all about greed!!!
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Price at the pump isn't primarily determined by cost of raw materials.
But it does have a hell of a lot to do with the price. In 08 when crude oil jumped to 148 a barrel the steadily rose. When oil went down to 40.00 the price plummeted down to less than 1.50 a gallon.
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