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*** CDN $ 1.162 : WTI Oil $ 55.93 + 0.02 cents USD/barrel : Brent Oil $ 59.86 - 1.20 : RBOB gasoline futures 153.85 - 3.54 US cents/gallon : Diesel/Heating oil $ 196.0 - 4.17 cents/gal : Nat Gas $ 3.62- 0.10 cents US MBtu : Propane $ 0.53 - .02 cents/gallon Conway, Ks ***
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With Quebec Adopting a Carbon Trade System Expect a Pump price Increase Starting in 2015

THE BRIGHT LIGHTS AT THE IMF OFFER CANADA A SURE WAY TO BECOME THEIR NEXT NEEDY NATION    http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/2014/07/31/imf-calls-on-canada-others-to-raise-carbon-taxes-cut-income-taxes/#.U9sV–NdXeB

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CHEAP GAS PRICES HAVE A COST

YOU ASKED : “Why are gas prices cheaper in Cottage Country” aka -TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE PRICING The 4-6 cent advantage you get when purchasing gasoline outside places like Toronto is only the gas station foregoing or being denied a reasonable margin on which to survive. Depending on volumes, and unless selling truckloads of potato chips, […]

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CBC: Oil prices drop, gas prices follow

The price of oil has been falling steadily for more than a week, dipping below $102 US a barrel Thursday in New York as worries over world oil supply diminish. And gas prices are expected to fall also throughout most of Canada, according to gas price forecast website TomorrowsGasPriceToday. There’s not a direct correlation between […]

In the News

TGPT’S take on the rise of fuel prices in Canada to new highs

The unprecedented fuel prices of June 2014 owe their existence to an overestimation of the physical energy markets by large non commercial (non petroleum) investors whose vast pools of cash (pension, insurance, sovereign)  dwarf traditional industry hedgers by distorting the real price discovery role of producers and consumers in the futures markets. Worse, the net […]

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Some media writers just dont get it

NOTHING LIKE ONE NEWSPAPER COMING UP WITH ITS OWN THEORIES ON WHY PRICES ARE SO HIGH …..TOO BAD THEY IGNORED AND SHRUGGED THEIR SHOULDERS TO THE FORCED DEMISE OF INDEPENDENT RETAILERS IN THE GTA WE WARNED ABOUT IN 1998…    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/toronto/why-toronto-doesnt-get-cheap-gas/article19381136/   Here are a few facts the Globe’s writer opted to overlook in favour […]

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Mast Head ad prompt

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Instability sends gas prices to record highs in Montreal

MONTREAL — Shadowy — not to say shady — global speculation due to international political volatility and massive cuts in Canada’s oil refining capacity. Those are your two culprits, if you’re looking to point fingers for the latest sudden spike in gas prices, Dan McTeague said Thursday. Read more >>

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Esso’s drive to make more money

Prices went up last Wednesday across most of southern Ontario ……WHY?  Because Esso decided to increase their wholesale margin by 1 cent a litre, while all the the others, Ultramar (Valero), Shell and Suncor (PetroCanada) actually dropped theirs by 1 cent. When it comes to gasoline pricing,  Esso is the leader. Of greater concern is […]

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GAS PRICE SPIKE EXPLAINED

The 16 cent a litre rise on average across Canada from this time last year can be traced to 3 factors : 1) Money managers, hedge funds (ie- financial speculators) are ignoring supply and demand fundamentals over crude inventories which now stand at 83 year highs (May 1931) and focusing only on the recent draw […]

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