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Re: Gas prices [Re: aknome] #7147145
01/20/21 09:01 PM
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Federal lands. He can't dictate what happens on state or private ground.
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He might not directly but with regulations and the red tape it will force it to end, because the plans are to be rid of fossil fuels which to me means fracking will end.

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147314
01/20/21 10:29 PM
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We will lose our energy independence, then the price will go up.

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147328
01/20/21 10:38 PM
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I remember back about fifteen years ago when truckers were parking their rigs because it became unprofitable to run them down the road when diesel prices spiked. Here we go again.

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147330
01/20/21 10:39 PM
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Up 40 cents here in the last week

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147338
01/20/21 10:43 PM
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The price of oil is mostly determined by the strength of the American dollar. What happens to that dollar will be a result of what has already happened.

Take a look around, beans, wheat, corn, scrap iron, copper all up.

Get your traps cleaned up boys.

Re: Gas prices [Re: nvwrangler] #7147371
01/20/21 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by nvwrangler
Up 40 cents here in the last week

Yikes.

Re: Gas prices [Re: aknome] #7147419
01/20/21 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by aknome
Higher gas prices mean fewer US oil producers going bankrupt.


And better lynx cat prices from the Ruskies.


"Can't we all just get along?" ---Rodney King (1991)
Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147448
01/21/21 12:37 AM
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$2.59 here and rising.


Enjoy Mother Nature's Glory, everyday!

Once one opens the mind to the plausible, the unbelievable becomes possible!

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147493
01/21/21 01:49 AM
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Just checked and oil is at $53 and change today. Come back and check this in 6 months!


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Re: Gas prices [Re: aknome] #7147506
01/21/21 02:39 AM
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Originally Posted by aknome
Higher gas prices mean fewer US oil producers going bankrupt.


Not exactly Nome. Higher OIL values with consistent production costs equals more profit for oil companies. Higher gas prices might come from higher oil prices, or they might come from increased fuel tax or tariffs, which doesn't contribute to profits. High oil prices are good for oil economies like ours, but not for consumers outside those economic circles.

Couple days ago it was $2.29 gas, 2.69 diesel here. Didn't check today.


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Originally Posted by Rat Masterson
Boco couldn't catch a cold.

But if he did, it would be Top Lot.
Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147831
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National average was $2.29 yesterday today it's $2.49

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147954
01/21/21 11:51 AM
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Back in 1972, just as I was going on active duty in the Navy, there was a gas war going on between the gas stations in LaCrosse (WI) and I paid $.09/gal. Filled up my Dad's Ford Pinto for about $.80 total. The average price of a barrel of crude was $3.50-5.00 +/-

The 1973 oil embargo started the ball rolling on higher gas prices in the U.S., and it continues to this day. Regardless, we pay well below what drivers in Europe and Asia pay.

Just saying....

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7147974
01/21/21 12:09 PM
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$2.64


I want to grow my own food but I can't find bacon seeds.
Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7148286
01/21/21 03:50 PM
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Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7148290
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Up to $2.51 today when I filed up.


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Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7148704
01/21/21 08:29 PM
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Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7148731
01/21/21 08:47 PM
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Went up 15 cents a gallon today alone !!!

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7198102
02/27/21 01:25 PM
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A little over month since this thread started, what are you paying at the pump now?

Last edited by adam m; 02/27/21 01:26 PM.
Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7198133
02/27/21 01:48 PM
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$3.03 to $2.79. And rising. Thank you Joe

Re: Gas prices [Re: adam m] #7198172
02/27/21 02:18 PM
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Jumped from $2.38 to $2.77

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