posted on Aug, 26 2005 @ 04:06 PM
The Prices on Long Island are very diverse. Recently I've seen prices between $2.65 in some of the poorer towns, all the way up to $3.20 out in the
The Problem is never going to be fixed with certain environmental groups preventing us from building new refineries. As was stated before OPEC really
has a hold on The United States... we should start looking towards new areas that have oil supplies that arent part of this group. Also during this
time really start working hard on secondary fuel sources that may be able to be turned into a primary source eventually.
I know this may sound stupid but i am pretty sure there is a surplus of oil out in Siberia. Russia is alot Closer to The West Coast than the Middle
East is to the East Coast. Not only could that drop prices because of less Countries aquireing Russian Oil... but it could also drop prices because of
the Shipping cost.
Now for Cars... I don't know about many of you, but in my case I am not the Richest person in the world. So my piece of crap 94' Chevy, that makes
14 mpg is all I can really afford at the moment. This solution of changeing all cars into Hybrids or even Hydrogen cars is not something I can easily
switch to until the technology is made better, and cost less.