And you happy, WHY?The fingers wrote:Regular $2.59, supreme $2.79 per gallon.
Regular is 1.99 here.
So why is it so high in Cali, Fuel tax?
Fuel tax is a little bit higher than most of the country. California requires special formulas to reduce emissions, and the extra cost/corporate extortion for those special formulas accounts for most of the price difference.DAND214 wrote:So why is it so high in Cali, Fuel tax?
... andI follow oil pretty closely given our exposure. As such, I get frustrated with many press and news show accounts of the commodity. It gets worse when the pundits and writers should know better. Frequently inexact terminology leads to misconceptions and sometimes I see outright falsehoods that completely distort the truth.
My prediction – $80/bbl in 18 months, but it won't last very long. I think $60-$70/bbl is a healthy range.
Hello Houston? Come in please. Over.LockH wrote:http://www.techtimes.com/articles/76651 ... losion.htm
Employee coffee funds may have been negatively affected. Too early to tell about gas prices.Oil giant ExxonMobil was slapped with a $566,600 fine on Thursday after an investigation found that the Feb. 18 explosion at the company's Torrance refinery involved a number of violations.
An enormous fire erupted an ExxonMobil refinery in Texas on Thursday. The Baytown refinery caught fire, leading to huge black plumes of smoke into the air, visible from downtown Houston.
Do toll roads and bridges add to the price? I assume much.LockH wrote:BTW. Posted on ES elsewhere...
Oh. Good point:The fingers wrote:Do toll roads and bridges add to the price? I assume much.
A huge traffic jam is wreaking havoc across the world — and it's not happening on any major highway.
Sea routes used for shipping oil are clogged with more than 100 tankers that are just sitting and waiting to deliver about 200 million barrels of crude, Reuters reported.
While retail prices peaked at $1.11 per litre in early 2014, the cost has now dropped to 59 cents a litre. That's the price for auto propane, which is used for vehicles and barbecue tanks. The cost of propane for home heating is typically a little lower because it is purchased in bulk. The average retail price hasn't been this low in Canada since 2009.
https://www.google.ca/search?q=exxon+mo ... jgSu-q6QDAThe activists and the RFF could score a first victory on May 25 if ExxonMobil shareholders approve a resolution requiring the company to disclose the impact of climate change on its business, a policy agreed at the climate summit in Paris last year.
A dozen shareholders, including the huge California state pension fund CalPERS, French bank BNP Paribas and insurer AXA, are backing approval of the measure.