Comments: "You don't even know how close to the edge you are, yet you argue with me for telling you."
FEMA does not exist to help, it exists to relocate. This is just a practice run.
Posted by Flyover Pilgrim at November 13, 2012 4:47 PM
The specific biggest factor in the pricing of petrol is the purchase price of the crude oil from which it is produced. In recent years, the world's appetite for gasoline and diesel fuel grew so quickly that suppliers of these fuels had a very challenging time keeping up with demand. This usage growth is a key reason why prices of both crude oil and petrol reached record levels in mid-2008. Then prices can be pushed right down due to the weakening economy and flop of world wide petroleum demand. These factors help gasoline prices to drop Then improvement in world economies and the political events in the Middle East and North Africa , the source of about one third of world oil production, adds to the increases in crude oil and thus gasoline prices. We are setting a network of sites to inform and promote the economical purchase of fuel for the end user. To minimise what is in most countrries a large proportion of expenditure.What Fuels when where and for the best price
Posted by Giuseppe Aniol at January 5, 2013 12:41 AM
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