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Originally posted by FissionSurplus
Don't expect these crude prices to stay low, because it costs around $92 per barrel for oil companies to break even.
Also, gas prices at gas stations are related to how much they paid for the gas. When the tank runs low at the gas station, and it is filled up again, it should be priced at the new rate (whether it be high or low).
That is how it is supposed to work. Now, whether gas stations play fair or not is another issue entirely. I notice that, often when the crude prices drop, the gas stations won't really drop their prices for weeks and weeks, and you know they have gotten deliveries of new gas since then.
Originally posted by gortex
reply to post by IndieA
Can you provide proof for that $92 figure? Because I thinks that's an untruth.
Search and you will find .
No. I'm not searching for it, because I doubt it’s true, and I shouldn't have too.
Oh, and I could care less how much gas cost in the UK.