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Old 02-19-2003, 03:19 PM
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I just made a run to the Airport
at LAX, I filledup in Anaheim CA
Near DisneyLand @ Mobil Selfserve
$1.89
$1.98
$2.08
I checked another Mobil at the
Offramp to LAX Selfserve
$2.08
$2.28
$2.40
I got the feeling we here in Calif. are getting the shaft a second time just like the SO
CALLED Energy "CRISIS" prices.
Whats the prices in your area Mike J.
 
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Suck!

Pretty close to what you have listed.
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Old 02-19-2003, 03:26 PM
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HOLY CHIT!!!!
2.40?????

Citgo station next to my house is 1.64 for REG. and 1.86 for PREM..
Last Fri. I tanked up at BJ's Wholesale, paid 1.579 (everyone else was 1.629), pumped 21.531 gal. costing 34.00.
I can't imagine paying 2.40.
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1.59, 1.69, 1.79 average

The feds are investigating price gouging right now because there is no reason for this huge recent increase.
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Old 02-19-2003, 03:37 PM
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I know CITGO is cheaper in Calif
also and there owned by the
country of VENEZUELA who are
having all the problems.
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Central Iowa's #'s
87 octane $ 1.59
90 % : $ 1.55
premium: $ 1.65
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I would love to pay 1.60 per gallon. Here in germany I pay 1.15 Euros means 1.21 U$ per Liter That sucks I tell you even if you had to feed a Big Block in your boat
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Sunoco 94 is now at $1.99 per gal. I can't wait to see what it will be this summer.
 
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1.63 1.73 1.83 and desel 1.75 jest filled up with desel to day $50.00
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02/19 1:56P (DJ) +DJ EIA: US Retail Gasoline Up 5.3C To $1.66/Gal In Wk
Story 6077 DJ US Retail Gasoline -3: Record East Coast Prices
The national average retail gasoline price is up 54.4 cents from a year
earlier.
Publication of EIA's weekly price survey, based on 900 retail outlets, was
delayed by two days from Monday due to the Presidents Day holiday and the
blizzard that closed government offices in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.
Prices climbed in all regions, with the West Coast registering the largest
gain, of more than 10 cents.
The East Coast price of $1.63 is the highest recorded by EIA since it began
tracking weekly prices for the region in May 1992, and is up 3.3 cents from a
week earlier. The East Coast price is up 53.6 cents from a year earlier.
The New England price was up 4.5 cents to $1.679, the highest since June 25,
2001, and up 52.4 cents from a year earlier.
In the central Atlantic region, gasoline gained 2.9 cents to $1.656, the
highest since June 18, 2001, and up 52.6 cents from a year earlier.
Lower Atlantic gasoline prices were the highest recorded by EIA since it
began tracking the region's prices in April 1993. The price was up 3.2 cents
at $1.595, up 54.6 cents from a year earlier.
Midwest prices were at their highest level since early September 2001, at
$1.665, up 5.9 cents, and were 56.8 cents above the year-earlier level.
Gulf Coast prices gained 2.5 cents to $1.581, the highest level since May
14, 2001, and were up 52.3 cents from a year earlier.
Rocky Mountains prices gained 5.9 cents to $1.618, the highest price since
June 18, 2001, and up 51.7 cents from a year earlier.
West Coast prices gained 10.7 cents to $1.786, the highest price since June
25, 2001. The single-week price rise was the biggest since April 5, 1999, when
the region was wracked by refinery operating problems. The price is up 54.2
cents from a year earlier.
In California, prices jumped 11 cents to $1.862, the highest price since
tracking weekly prices for the region in May 1992, and is up 3.3 cents from a
week earlier. The East Coast price is up 53.6 cents from a year earlier.
The New England price was up 4.5 cents to $1.679, the highest since June 25,
2001, and up 52.4 cents from a year earlier.
In the central Atlantic region, gasoline gained 2.9 cents to $1.656, the
highest since June 18, 2001, and up 52.6 cents from a year earlier.
Lower Atlantic gasoline prices were the highest recorded by EIA since it
began tracking the region's prices in April 1993. The price was up 3.2 cents
at $1.595, up 54.6 cents from a year earlier.
Midwest prices were at their highest level since early September 2001, at
$1.665, up 5.9 cents, and were 56.8 cents above the year-earlier level.
Gulf Coast prices gained 2.5 cents to $1.581, the highest level since May
14, 2001, and were up 52.3 cents from a year earlier.
Rocky Mountains prices gained 5.9 cents to $1.618, the highest price since
June 18, 2001, and up 51.7 cents from a year earlier.
West Coast prices gained 10.7 cents to $1.786, the highest price since June
25, 2001. The single-week price rise was the biggest since April 5, 1999, when
the region was wracked by refinery operating problems. The price is up 54.2
cents from a year earlier.
In California, prices jumped 11 cents to $1.862, the highest price since
June 25, 2001, and were 57.6 cents above a year earlier. The weekly jump was
the largest since March 11, 2002.
San Francisco recorded the highest prices in the nation, at $1.963, up 11.9
cents on the week and up 69 cents from a year earlier.
The price of reformulated gasoline in San Francisco topped $2 for the first
time since June 25, 2001. It was up from $1.892 a week earlier and from $1.319
a year ago.
- By David Bird, Dow Jones Newswires; 1-201-938-4423;
[email protected]

(END) Dow Jones Newswires
02-19-03 1528ET
Additional Codes ( N/DRV, N/NMX, N/PET, P/HDL, P/RTRS, R/NME, R/US)
 
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