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Old 12-19-2011, 09:52 AM   #71
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This is a great thread and one that should continually be updated by us so we can stay current on Gas and Diesel prices all over the U.S. With the size of our fuel tanks it will allow us to bypass the Stations that are really way to high. Short story, I hauled 55 gallon drums of Oil to all the Copper Mines in Arizona in 1975, Globe, Miami, Twin Buttes, Douglas and the Bagdad mine. The mines shut down for over 20 years due to the price of Copper in other Countries....We utilized the Copper by importing and saving our reserves until the price of copper went way up and then the mines were opened again in Arizona...Point being, I think we are doing the same with Oil...We have monster reserves in ANWAR and are descovering new ways to obtain oil from other sources....Only time will tell.

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Old 12-19-2011, 10:59 AM   #72
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South Louisiana next town over from my home town it was 3.49 per gallon for diesel and 3.00 per gallon for gas. I jumped on that and filled up my truck. Don't know how long that will last.

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Originally Posted by Paw John View Post
.. I jumped on that and filled up my truck. Don't know how long that will last.
Same here. Regular just dropped to $2.98/gal today. With the Christmas travel coming up this weekend & prices usually go up on Tuesdays around here, I took advantage of the low price & did a fill-up myself.

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Old 12-20-2011, 08:43 PM   #74
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NM has the lowest in the country. Alb. it's $2.80 for reg. and up here it's $2.91.
Diesel about a dollar more.

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