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JEFF IN MODESTO

Who has the cheapest gas prices?

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_Keith

$2.11 a gal here in modesto!

Wow, for Cali that is incredible.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Then you'll get a kick out of this!

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Moose

Oil is up today - do you think we have seen the bottom already ?

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Crude Oil (WTI)47.72+1.47 (+3.18%)13:30
Crude Oil (Brent)49.39+1.12 (+2.32%)13:26

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Xerarch

Oil is up today - do you think we have seen the bottom already ?

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Crude Oil (WTI)47.72+1.47 (+3.18%)13:30

Crude Oil (Brent)49.39+1.12 (+2.32%)13:26

Not so fast I don't think, I read that oil was up because of some maneuvering at the Swiss bank. Looks like the boost might not really be based on solid ground.

I'l telll you what though, some of the gas stations around sure were quick to post a 20 cent boost in gas prices, funny how that works.

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Josh-O

saw cheap gas for California standards the other day at Chevron @ 2.59

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Josh-O

In the last 6 months my truck would cost me 105.00 for a fill up and now it coasts 88.00..I'll take it :greenthumb:

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JEFF IN MODESTO

My Dodge Ram has a 28 gal tank.

So it's less than $60 to fill up.

I once paid $130 to fill it up.

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Xerarch

I saw this article too, the low price of oil also has broad economic repercussions, it affects all of us, and it isn't all positive although we all enjoy the price at the pump. It's a mixed bag for sure.

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_Keith

It is gonna be tough in my area for lots of workers in the Gulf Coast.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Some see a glass as half empty, I see it as half full.

Forecasts that I read is that by the end of 2015 the U.S. will have recaptured the top spot in oil production.

It takes workers to do this.

Don't get me wrong, the fat cat oil companies will have to work harder to get rich, but their loss is someone else's gain.

Jeff

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Josh-O

saw gas at an Arco for 2.29

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Mandrew968

Just passed $2.09 regular unleaded on the way to work... Putin, wanna fill up?

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Mandrew968

Oil is up today - do you think we have seen the bottom already ?

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Crude Oil (WTI)47.72+1.47 (+3.18%)13:30
Crude Oil (Brent)49.39+1.12 (+2.32%)13:26

I sure hope not--Nostrovia!

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Alicehunter2000

Finally............$1.99

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empireo22

$1.83 in sebastian

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Moose

Topped off my tank @ $2.06 per gallon just around the corner. Where I get the cheap gas is 7 miles north on my way to the free municipal mulch. I suspect those three Hialeah stations on opposing corners are hovering @ the 1.99 mark.

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Eric in Orlando

1.96 is the cheapest I have seen around here. A new WaWa opned near downtown yesterday by my moms house and she texted they have it for 1.89.

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Eric in Orlando

Glad to see diesel dropping too. I bout an old Mercedes 300D back in 2007. Diesel was 2.75 then. At peak it was about 5.05 around here. It has dropped back to 2.75-2.80.

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Xerarch

Paid $1.76 today, that's a new low.

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DoomsDave

urk

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Slowly dropping here, even after the jan 1 tax increase .

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Down to $2.02 at a couple places in modesto.

I see oil looks to stabilizing at just under $49ers a bbl.

Here in Oahu , lowest I found was $2.97 gal

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JEFF IN MODESTO

We broke the sub $2 gal level in moooodestoo!

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Mandrew968

$2.05 a gallon today--happy Friday, Putin.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Funny how the oil prices bumped up a little.

The gas stations fly out to change the pump price.

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Xerarch

And they boosted up the price way above a proportional increase compared to the bump in oil price, at least that's the way it happened around here.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Yup... That's how they roll.

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Silas_Sancona

$1.96 at the nearest 7-11 down the street last night.. $2.09 today.. Too good to last of course :indifferent:

-Nathan


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JEFF IN MODESTO

$1.99 a gal to $2.15 gallon in 2 days.

Don't get me wrong, $2.15 a gallon is way better than the $4.99 a gal I once paid or the $8.00 I've heard some places in Europe.

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Al in Kona

At Costco in Kona I paid $2.55 a gallon a few days ago.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Don't blink.

The price of oil is see sawing by 10 percent per day.

Gas stations around here a very quick to raise prices, but very slow to drop them.

I saw one station by my house raise the price of gas 15% the day oil prices rose 10%, then hold steady the next day when the price of oil when down even more.

My gut feeling is that oil will even out at $50-$60 bbl,which generally equates to $2.29 a gal in my area.

I'm ok with that!

Btw... ever wonder why I care so much about the price of gas? I drive a Dodge Ram 4x4.... get a sad 10 mpg.

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Xerarch

Here as the price of oil has increased about 10%, the price of gasoline shot up 22%. It's quite a bit more expensive now at the current oil price as it was at the same oil price when prices were headed down.

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Daryl

It was down to 99c a litre here for the last couple of weeks. Yesterday the price went up 20% to 1.19 a litre...

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JEFF IN MODESTO

Daryl .... That's pretty steep.

I think ours equals out to 55c a liter after they bumped the prices up.

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JEFF IN MODESTO

In just 10 days the price of oil rose 10 percent, but the cost of gas jumped 20 percent sometimes as much as 20 cents in one day.

I'm guessing its due to the new taxes that started jan 1st.

I asked many people , "Who benifets from this tax hike?"

Seems no one knows the answer , sad to see our gov is just taxing, because he can!

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DoomsDave

Prices are creeping up here in l'Tierra d'La La.

About $2.40 at Costco the other day.

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Kathryn

I wonder if the strikes are affecting the price at the pump.

The United Steelworkers represents about 30,000 workers at refineries, terminals, petrochemical plants and pipelines across the country. This includes 63 refineries that account for about two thirds of domestic capacity. The strike began January 31 with 3,800 workers walking out at nine refineries, expanded in early February with 1,400 workers at two more refineries, and will expand again tonight with 1,350 workers at three Motiva refineries in Port Arthur, Texas and Convent and Norco, Louisiana, and a Shell Chemical plant in Norco. All of the refineries have continued to operate with replacement workers except one that is in a scheduled maintenance shutdown. These striking refineries account for about 18% of domestic capacity.

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DoomsDave

$2.77 at COSTCO in La Habra

regular, as opposed to needing a laxative

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