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Discussion in 'The OT' started by Doug Brott, Dec 4, 2008.
Lowest I have seen this week is $2.09. That was over in Cincy.
We're on our way back up from $2.24 to $2.39, Niles Ohio
Oil cracked $80 today.
Gas jumped to $2.75 here in Charleston, WV. Found a station still at $2.55 and filled up.
Just went up to 2.59 In Mo. Valley, Ia for the last week been that a way for a week now.
Creeping up, now @ $2.51 in Wayne, NJ
It's been pretty stable at $3.08 for quite some time.
What I simply do not understand is why all 50 states cannot agree on a common definition of "gasoline." If nothing else a warm-weather blend and cold-weather blend. Gasoline is more expensive in California for two reasons. First is the high gas tax and that's not going to change. However, the reason for price spikes more often than not is that our gas is equivalent to, but not the same as, other states' gas. You simply can't truck in gas from Arizona. If we sell it here, it's made here and that has the effect of creating supply problems.
Cheapest in the area is $2.35 at the Flying J at I-35 & I-44 but most places are higher and trending higher.
Washington DC metro region has crept up by fifteen to twenty cents a gallon over the last month.
Dropped to $3.07 yesterday .. We were at $3.09 from 10/06 thru 11/1
Spoke too soon .. While it was $3.09 for a whole month, looks like $3.07 didn't even last 24 hours .. It's now $3.05.
Gas here in the SouthEast has been on a rollercoaster since the summer.
Last week $2.59/gallon - today $2.52/gallon.
Seems we're all seeing larger swings in the prices now.
Another drop .. Now we're under $3/gal (psychologically) .. $2.99
Sitting at $2.48 this morning....but expecting it to skyrocket this coming week because of the Gulf coast impact from the hurricane to refinery reduction.
$2.44 in Huntsville/Decatur Ala. area.
We probably won't get affected by that ..
That's not what their saying in the SouthEast...heard 2 different network reports that refinery reductions will likely cause a 2-4 spike in fuel sale....or so they were forecasting.
All that's subject to how the actual hurricane ends up and where, or so they added.
"We" meant folks in California Outside of California, you're on your own. :lol:
Very unlikely for California to be affected much by refining capacity outside of the state.
$2.44-$2.48 walmart and kroger in Northeast, huntsville al.
But since 2/3 of all refining for the U.S. comes out of that region....alot of folks will still be affected.
Our local TV stations are already broadcasting the "better get out and fill up your gas tanks..." reports.
Down to $2.95 now ...