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Was $2.85 on Monday. $3.15 Tuesday. Some stations running out of gas because there are not enough drivers to make deliveries. We'll see where it goes on Friday.
 

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They also have no ethanol 90 for 4.499

I put that in my garage queen that does'nt hardly get used. That ethanol can gum up your fuel injectors if you leave the vehicle in the garage for a few months. Had that happen on my old Tahoe. Took a lot of Startron and a long road trip to get it running right again.
 

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Heading down here. $3.49 for regular 87 octane.

Not sure why. Seems the market is very speculative. Not really supply and demand as much as war and rumors of supply disruptions.

Probably in for more ups than downs I'm sure.
 

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I went to HS in No. Cal. back in the 70's.

Back then gas was cheap.

Served later in the Navy in San Diego. Gas was still cheap.

Took my wife on a trip there around 2001. Gas was fairly cheap then.

Haven't been back for 21 years. What have you guys done with the place?
 

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Biden’s Decision To Stop The Keystone Pipeline Absolutely Hiked Gas Prices

A White House desperate to evade blame for record gas prices is now trying to dismiss claims its decision to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline did anything to amplify Americans’ pain at the pump.

“Any action on Keystone wouldn’t actually increase supply, and it would transmit oil years in the future,” National Economic Council Director Brian Deese told CNBC earlier this month. “What we need right now is to address the immediate supply disruption.”


The supply disruption felt by American consumers today deceptively labeled by the president as “Putin’s Price Hike” wouldn’t be nearly as severe had the administration pursued a sustainable energy policy from day one, with domestic production ready to offset overseas turmoil. On day one, however, President Joe Biden followed through on his campaign promise to launch a regulatory assault against the nation’s oil and gas producers in the name of climate change.

New drilling leases on federal lands were brought to a halt by Biden’s illegal executive order, and Biden unilaterally revoked the cross-border permit for the Keystone XL Pipeline to transport oil from the Canadian Tar Sands to Gulf Refineries. Fifteen months later, an unpopular administration desperate to save political capital and bring down gas prices is searching for ways to import Canadian crude after the White House terminated the project to accomplish exactly that.

Transport by train or truck presents far more environmental risks than by pipe, also undermining the administration’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline.

 
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