We saw $1.65 in Mississippi last week, and $2.13 for diesel-which was really impressive.
$1.53 here in West Central Ohio today when I filled the truck. Prices going up at other stations in town though,anywhere from $1.57 to $1.79 for regular.
It was $1.60 in SE Missouri on I-55 a week or so ago,
$1.74 here in virginia today
$1.091 per liter in Alberta which is about $4.36 per gallon Canadian or $3.14 US per gallon.Exile1981
1.57$ in MI on Monday, here on Friday it is 1.87$. Still a far cry from last year. About 2 bucks a gallon cheaper.
In Calgary it's been .81/litre all week!However, I haven't had a pipeline job since August, so I'd prefer to go back to paying 1.30/ litre!!!
Notice only one car on the road and no one else in the parking lot?That's because no one has enough scratch to take advantage of the low gas prices.Supply and demand is like that.-RWT
Seems as though when comparing retail gasoline prices around the country (& elsewhere), the fed/state/local taxes should be subtracted in order to see just the cost of the product.IMHOhttp://www.api.org/Oil-and-Natural-Gas-Overview/Industry-Economics/Fuel-Taxes/Gasoline-Tax
$2.49 a gallon still in Vancouver WA this morning.
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