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    I don't know what Salem is at, but I was on a road trip down I-5 and paid $3.29 gallon in Green/Winston, Oregon.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Wow -- just got back from Fred Meyer, where the price has been dropped to $3.35.

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    The price has dropped slightly too, here in the UK. It was 127.9p per liter at our local supermarket.

    1US gall = 3.78541 liters
    1.00 GBP = 1.60238 USD
    1.279 = US$2.04944
    2.04944 x 3.78541 = 7.7579706704
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    1 gallon is US$7.76

    We've done a lot less driving by car this year. The service book for October last year and this October this year gives a difference in mileage of just over 1000 miles. The year previous, to that we did three times that distance.


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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Three-Seventeen-point-Nine here (yesterday, here in western Ill-Annoy, don't know today's yet).

    I filled up for 309.9 in New Jersey a couple weeks ago.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    $3.15 at the Royal Farms on Rt. 40 in Baltimore

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    I just paid 2.73 a gallon for E85... i think 87 was right around 2.96 but I dont really look anymore.
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    $2.83 for regular

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    I think it's about 3 bucks but with fuel points maybe 2.65

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    filled up at $2.79 today, but that was with my bonus discount -- real price, $3.29

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    103.9/L, which is lower than it has been in a while.

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    Gotta love destroying your environment for some cheap go go juice. Fracking amazing.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Gotta love destroying your environment for some cheap go go juice. Fracking amazing.
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    Going down to 3.42 in San Jose today...filled up in San Francisco on Saturday I think for 3.51.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    103.9/L, which is lower than it has been in a while.
    America has cheap petrol...oh yes they do...

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    I saw 2.91 the other day.Probably a Valero, they usually run cheaper.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    I paid $2.79/gallon regular this evening.

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    $3.22 today

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    $3.11 here. Lowest it has been in years.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    $2.73/gallon regular

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    I pay 2.56 for E85. I came a across a interesting story for why Missouri gas prices are often the lowest in the country. It has some interesting stuff about the gasoline/refining infrastructure...

    Have a look: http://www.businessinsider.com/jaspe...prices-2013-11
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    I pay 2.56 for E85. I came a across a interesting story for why Missouri gas prices are often the lowest in the country. It has some interesting stuff about the gasoline/refining infrastructure...

    Have a look: http://www.businessinsider.com/jaspe...prices-2013-11
    $3.72 per gallon as of today.

    JayHawk, you didn't comment on my veterans thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    I pay 2.56 for E85. I came a across a interesting story for why Missouri gas prices are often the lowest in the country. It has some interesting stuff about the gasoline/refining infrastructure...

    Have a look: http://www.businessinsider.com/jaspe...prices-2013-11
    I gas was that low on the west coast, I'd be able to afford a Baja trip. My last one helped balance my S.A.D. for several years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    I pay 2.56 for E85. I came a across a interesting story for why Missouri gas prices are often the lowest in the country. It has some interesting stuff about the gasoline/refining infrastructure...

    Have a look: http://www.businessinsider.com/jaspe...prices-2013-11
    With all those pipelines being built and one commenter of the article asks (another one being built right now through western Missouri) -- why is there such a stink about the XL pipeline?

    I think competition is also a big factor -- we're fortunate, as I'm sure JH will agree, to have a great company like QuikTrip who helps keep prices competitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    With all those pipelines being built and one commenter of the article asks (another one being built right now through western Missouri) -- why is there such a stink about the XL pipeline?

    I think competition is also a big factor -- we're fortunate, as I'm sure JH will agree, to have a great company like QuikTrip who helps keep prices competitive.
    One thing people overlook about the XL is that if there isn't enough flow in pipelines to satisfy demand, the gas or oil still gets moved -- it just goes by truck. And truck transport is a LOT more dangerous than pipelines; that has become more the case over the last two decades as the safety of pipelines has advanced faster than that of trucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayQueer View Post
    $3.72 per gallon as of today.

    JayHawk, you didn't comment on my veterans thread!

    Didn't notice. I was busy thanking veterans. Put this over there

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    I gas was that low on the west coast, I'd be able to afford a Baja trip. My last one helped balance my S.A.D. for several years.
    You know what is funny? That was seems like where it was when I left the country in 1997 to go overseas and I went to Hawaii first where it was already well over 3 a gallon.... never have seen the drop since.... glad I have it now...

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    With all those pipelines being built and one commenter of the article asks (another one being built right now through western Missouri) -- why is there such a stink about the XL pipeline?

    I think competition is also a big factor -- we're fortunate, as I'm sure JH will agree, to have a great company like QuikTrip who helps keep prices competitive.
    My understanding is that XL will be moving a much more viscous (thicker) fluid in the tar sands. Because of that fact, because of the extra weight involved and the thicker effluent, higher pressures must be used. Higher pressure means more effluent leaks at a higher rate once it is moving and a leak develops, additionally it stresses the pipe much more.

    Quiktrip is an excellent company. The SOP where each teller completes two transactions at once to keep the line rolling is genius. There can be fifty people at the store and I can literally walk in and out in two minutes. Hand the guy my card, say credit no receipt, and he or she says thanks have a great day.... THAT is an effective register. Walmart could learn legions from them.

    I do doubt they keep prices low because New Jersey also tracks as lowest gas due to proximity of pipelines and refineries. The additional thing Missouri has going for it is the fifth lowest tax on gas. Although if you travel down 71 (49) towards Arkansas in Missouri then travel back up 69 in Kansas (essentially parallel routes in different states) then you can see where well spent road taxes can do well to reduce suspension and tire repairs. I swear at one point in Missouri on 71 I coulda sworn I was on a rumble strip for twenty miles.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    One thing people overlook about the XL is that if there isn't enough flow in pipelines to satisfy demand, the gas or oil still gets moved -- it just goes by truck. And truck transport is a LOT more dangerous than pipelines; that has become more the case over the last two decades as the safety of pipelines has advanced faster than that of trucks.
    Not calling you out but too lazy to research, there is around a leak a day based on data from OSHA and EPA..... so how many tanker crash each day?
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    $3.39/9 near my place. $3.29/9 further West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Not calling you out but too lazy to research, there is around a leak a day based on data from OSHA and EPA..... so how many tanker crash each day?
    The question isn't how many incidents but the amounts spilled and damage. Pipeline leaks are rarely in places where lots of people get killed or injured, but towns have been nearly destroyed by truck accidents. Here's an interesting article:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/oil-s...ansport-2013-7


    At the moment rail transport is safest for long distances, though pipeline is fairly close. But trucks are dangerous, not just for the volume spilled but because they tend to be where people are.

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    $US6.57/gal here in the South Pacifc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    The question isn't how many incidents but the amounts spilled and damage. Pipeline leaks are rarely in places where lots of people get killed or injured, but towns have been nearly destroyed by truck accidents. Here's an interesting article:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/oil-s...ansport-2013-7


    At the moment rail transport is safest for long distances, though pipeline is fairly close. But trucks are dangerous, not just for the volume spilled but because they tend to be where people are.
    To be sure I am not against all pipelines, just the added risk associated with piping tar-sands effluent. The research presented on one side says it is no less safe, yet the research on the other says it is much more dangerous. Statistically there ca be no significant analysis because so little of the thicker sludge is piped. That is changing and we should get a glimpse soon.

    Here is a weird oooly I cant get out of my head.... with radioactive contaminated coolant water, we use a closed system that is contained by another system, then monitor pressure to ensure leaks are not present. We can shut down a flow path when a quart leaks out, and then secure additional valves to isolate as pressure drops in sections of pipe. It minimizes the coolant lost and requiring recovery. The secondary containment allows easy cleanup of the lost coolant. Why haven't the genius minds earning billions in the oil industry figure out a dual loop with isolation valves. An inner pipe with the product and an outer catch pan type of pipe to eliminate spillage?

    Oh thats right ... twice the pipe = twice the cost, and even more cost for workers to operate such a system.... meanwhile spillage is ok because it cost less to pay off a town than to do things safely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Oh thats right ... twice the pipe = twice the cost, and even more cost for workers to operate such a system.... meanwhile spillage is ok because it cost less to pay off a town than to do things safely.
    When spillage is acceptable to the company, you know the value of the actual product spilt is low, otherwise every drop would be saved.

    Everything else is an externality as far as the company's concerned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    To be sure I am not against all pipelines, just the added risk associated with piping tar-sands effluent. The research presented on one side says it is no less safe, yet the research on the other says it is much more dangerous. Statistically there ca be no significant analysis because so little of the thicker sludge is piped. That is changing and we should get a glimpse soon.

    Here is a weird oooly I cant get out of my head.... with radioactive contaminated coolant water, we use a closed system that is contained by another system, then monitor pressure to ensure leaks are not present. We can shut down a flow path when a quart leaks out, and then secure additional valves to isolate as pressure drops in sections of pipe. It minimizes the coolant lost and requiring recovery. The secondary containment allows easy cleanup of the lost coolant. Why haven't the genius minds earning billions in the oil industry figure out a dual loop with isolation valves. An inner pipe with the product and an outer catch pan type of pipe to eliminate spillage?

    Oh thats right ... twice the pipe = twice the cost, and even more cost for workers to operate such a system.... meanwhile spillage is ok because it cost less to pay off a town than to do things safely.
    A cousin of mine is an engineer who worked in the nuclear field for many years. He happened to study pipelines not just in nuke plants but overland (some nit suggested using pipelines to move nuclear waste at Hanford from the plants to the waste field...). The big difference between the two from an engineering standpoint is that the lines in a nuke plant are rigid and stable, while a surface pipeline has to flex; the second is that the outside pipeline has a lot more variables to deal with in terms of possible "interference" (accidents including everything from ice storms to animals to stray bullets). At the time (a dozen years ago or so), for a surface pipeline to have as much safety as one in the nuke plant, it would have had to be triple-walled, and even then his team recommended a concrete half-pipe catchment running all along under the pipeline itself everywhere on the surface (with a flexible surfacing resistant to breaking).

    In the end, what they recommended for moving nuclear waste was railroad tank cars, as not just safer but far more cost-effective. (Though that recommendation was constrained by the requirement that the waste be 'liquified' -- what they really said should be done was to blend all the waste together so it was virtually homogenized, then mix it 1:20 with silica sand, then turn it into glass... making bricks that wouldn't spread waste even if a train carrying them crashed.)


    So making a pipeline as safe as the lines in a nuke plant is apparently prohibitive.

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Driving around my town I found gas at $3.29, $3.09, $3.03, and at $2.96 depending what part of town you were in. That is unusual for there to be that much difference within twenty miles.

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    Something went horribly wrong -- $2.89 today -- up 16 cents.

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    $3.23 for middle tier. $3.10 for the cheap stuff. Been slowly going down.

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    $3.25 is the best in town. The head guy at the pump said he expects it to go to $3.22 on Monday -- but two other places actually raised theirs from $3.27 to $3.29 or $3.32.

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    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Springer View Post
    Something went horribly wrong -- $2.89 today -- up 16 cents.
    I think what went horribly wrong is called thanksgiving, free (-ish) market, and money making. Expect cost to climb into the travel holiday and then drop off again....
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    99.9/Litre!

    Which is awesome. Okay so in 2004 it was 74 per litre and we all thought that was crazy expensive, but much cheaper than it's been.

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    $3.03 when I passed by today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thynight View Post
    $3.03 when I passed by today.
    Wish that would spread this way.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

    --Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000

    *the number is now forty

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kulindahr View Post
    Wish that would spread this way.


    I am guessing with you being on the coast that the prices are always a bit higher.




    Tonight (not at my regular spot) I filled up at $2.99 a gallon. Two blocks down the road it was $3.35. I don’t get why such a big difference.
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    I had a bad deal but I was desperate for 3.34 in Hunt Valley, MD.

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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thynight View Post
    I am guessing with you being on the coast that the prices are always a bit higher.
    Not by this much, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Thynight View Post
    Tonight (not at my regular spot) I filled up at $2.99 a gallon. Two blocks down the road it was $3.35. I don’t get why such a big difference.
    It could be because some station owners/managers don't drop their price until they see a drop in customers.

    "Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "

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    I don't know which neighborhood cgymike is in. But south of the city limits, the price goes down. I just paid 2.999 in Auburn Wa, Renton was at 3.299, and Seattle was 3.499 last Saturday. I will have to look again this Saturday and update.

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    I filled up at the right time. It jumped up to $3.09 today.
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    Re: Reality Check: How are gasoline prices in your area?

    The gas station near where I work was $2.969 for about a week. When I left this evening it was down one cent to $2.959.

    I'm about 3/4 full so it'll be about a week before I will probably have to fill up again.
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    3.09 at Valero

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    $ 3.03 when I filled up.
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