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Originally posted by kdial1
I paid 3.89 in Ohio yesterday on my way back from a trip to chicago. Seems to me prices went down.
Originally posted by The_Alarmist2012
It may be my imagination but it seems that when crude oil prices go up the prices for fuel at the pump go up immediately, however when crude oil prices drop the price we pay at the pump continues to rise or stay high for a much longer period of time.
How is the price we pay for fuel actually related to the price for crude oil?
Does anyone know why this happens?
Why Gas Prices must be at $0.50 par Gallon
06-20-2008 by dugan
I've gotten some e-mails telling OilWatchdog that it's off course in asking drivers to send their gas bills to Congress and demand some action to get prices down. One group says we should just drill anywhere, like President Bush asked. Them I can't answer, because Bush's own Energy Department says there's no connection between coastal drilling and prices. It's like trying to change someone's religion.