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Old 09-21-2006, 10:36 AM   #11
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The real problem is they don't have enough refinery capacity to make the gas and they are probably producing heating oil now for the winter. The only way to bring the price down is to use less and make them store it until they have no room left and then they lower the price to move it and WE WIN. It takes about a week for the storage to fill up if everyone cuts back a little.

RI prices are 2.499 and Mass prices near RI are 2.399
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The real problem is they don't have enough refinery capacity to make the gas and they are probably producing heating oil now for the winter. The only way to bring the price down is to use less and make them store it until they have no room left and then they lower the price to move it and WE WIN. It takes about a week for the storage to fill up if everyone cuts back a little.

RI prices are 2.499 and Mass prices near RI are 2.399
I'm pretty certain that all of Utah/Wyoming/Colorado use natural gas for heating and not oil.

I would be more than happy with 2.399 right now

But then again, I don't think that lower gas prices are going to make people join this site, so maybe higher gas prices are better
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$1.92 for 87 octane just two days ago at the local Sheetz (northern va)... today I think it's up to $2.04. It was under $2 for just over a week
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Old 09-22-2006, 12:52 AM   #14
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We should all move to VENEZUELA -- 14 cents per gallon , Hmm ,price rise , it was 12.

http://money.cnn.com/pf/features/lis...ces/price.html
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We should all move to VENEZUELA
Then we can get out of this sulphurous hell and away from the devil!!!! //sarcasm
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We should all move to VENEZUELA -- 14 cents per gallon , Hmm ,price rise , it was 12.

http://money.cnn.com/pf/features/lis...ces/price.html
I rather pay $4.00 a gallon and battle hummers all day thanks you.
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If gas was 0.14 I would be driving a sportscar and driving excessivly fast.
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