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Old 09-11-2006, 11:49 PM   #76
 
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Just heard that the national average is $2.63.
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Just heard that the national average is $2.63.
Well I guess I'm above that then, but eh. I say better to keep prices high for another year or so, as if oil and fuel stays high enough, GE will get the balls and spend that 6-10 Billion on Colorado Oil Shale and keep things nice and steady at maybe $50 a barrel.....
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Well I guess I'm above that then, but eh. I say better to keep prices high for another year or so, as if oil and fuel stays high enough, GE will get the balls and spend that 6-10 Billion on Colorado Oil Shale and keep things nice and steady at maybe $50 a barrel.....
I heard it was 6-10 trillion. Then there's Anwar, and they found plenty more in the Gulf. I believe the earth makes it's own oil. How could a dinosaur possibly make that much oil and coal? There must have been trillions upon trillions of dinosaurs way back when!

Oh, by the way, 2.57. Finally. Bring it down to 1.00 a gallon and maybe these guys in the Middle East can't afford bombs and terrorist implements anymore.



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I heard it was 6-10 trillion. Then there's Anwar, and they found plenty more in the Gulf. I believe the earth makes it's own oil. How could a dinosaur possibly make that much oil and coal? There must have been trillions upon trillions of dinosaurs way back when!

Oh, by the way, 2.57. Finally. Bring it down to 1.00 a gallon and maybe these guys in the Middle East can't afford bombs and terrorist implements anymore.
Watched CNBC, looks like Oil went up 21 cents. Which really in my opinon bites. The main reason they said was because the US gov't reported that the oil reserves were running a bit lower than expected . I just hope it dosn't affect the gas prices too much. I'm enjoying this downward slope that the gas prices are going.
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Well, looks like that it gas prices are starting to shoot up faster than a R7 ICBM on a bad day since the election. For the past month, gas prices have here have risen from $2.06 per gallon to around $2.26 per gallon. And our so-called "Allies" in the Middle East are not helping much either, saying that they would not allow oil go below $60/ barrel. *Sigh* don't you just love cartels and economics?
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$2.40 where I live.
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lowest i saw now is $2.24 but everywere else its $2.31.
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Its £1 a litre here, which is $1.97
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As I explained in another thread this is all a scam. Oil making prices unsteady makes it a huge risk for GE and others. Their renewable energy programs are merely to distract the public and further show creditibity to their price hikes. They are testing the American people for willingness to pay and well, it's been just that. I ain't got now problem with higher gas prices. I don't drive a guzzler SUV anymore. Luckily it's still only $2.49
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Gas is $2.25 here it has been like that for a while
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A gas station not a block away from my place is boasting $1.99!
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I'm trying to make sense of whats happening with the gas prices here. Right now, I've seen alot of the stations near UCF at $2.27 and they're rising. But Oil has dropped to 54 dollars per barrel at my last check, which is odd, gas prices go up, but oil is going down. I havn't seen that in a while.
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