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January 27, 2012


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dave santi

Not sure you answered the question on the rise of diesel suffiecently. Low sulfer diesel has been around for a few years and has always been priced below gasoline until sept/oct of 2011. If we want to lower our carbon footprint then we need more people driving clean buring diesels as they do in every part of the world except north america.

Iphone Developer Nyc

Gasoline accounts for a little over half of every barrel of oil that the US consumes. But despite gasoline’s importance to the oil market–and US consumers’ wallets–rapid growth in consumption of distillate fuel has driven US oil demand over the past few months.

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