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post #1 of 13 Old 12-03-2008, 07:21 AM Thread Starter
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Oil prices cont. to fall

Just thought y'all would be interested in this:

Oil prices slide under $45 per barrel

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Yet diesel is still 2.65 here in Mississippi.
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Yet diesel is still 2.65 here in Mississippi.
AND last night on the world news they said don't expect airlines to lower prices any time soon. Its profit taking time.

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$2.59 here in central FL hope it keeps coming down

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Yet diesel is still 2.65 here in Mississippi.
I really dont get you Americans. Yes I know $2.65 sounds like a lot per gallon, but the Canadians always have paid higher prices for fuel especially in Alberta where we make the damn fuel. Diesel is still at $1.05 a liter, which when converted is roughly $3.98 a gallon. Hell when prices were at the peak and the US was paying $4.00+ a gallon, I was paying over $5.00 a gallon.

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Still $2.71 here.

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I really dont get you Americans. Yes I know $2.65 sounds like a lot per gallon, but the Canadians always have paid higher prices for fuel especially in Alberta where we make the damn fuel. Diesel is still at $1.05 a liter, which when converted is roughly $3.98 a gallon. Hell when prices were at the peak and the US was paying $4.00+ a gallon, I was paying over $5.00 a gallon.

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how much of the price per liter is tax ? just curious

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how much of the price per liter is tax ? just curious
Quite a bit is tax, and the rest is record profit for the Canadian oil companies.

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99.9 cents Per liter in Ontario. Still way too much

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Rumor has it that its going to be around 25$ a barrell for the start of the year 2009!
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