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Old May 24th, 2008, 08:07 AM
Eric Siepmann
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Gas Prices

Been reading about peak oil and the geologists take on oil supply. This is contrasted by the economists take on the mechanisms of the free market that we will always have oil. I believe the latter if the economy is unhampered by legislation. US consumption is falling and it appears as if some consumers are already starting to react to price by either route control or finding alternatives. Tar sand production is profitable now. Deep well drilling is also profitable.

Went to Jersey for a business trip this week.
Chicago is at 4.25 for a gallon of regular.
New York was at 3.67 for a gallon of regular.

Where do you think gas will be in six months?

I am going to speculate that 89 octane gas will average 5.50 by year end.

Where do you think 89 octane gas will be at year end?
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