A quarter a gallon - global gas prices and upcoming demand
The article by Steve Hargreaves, CNNMoney.com staff writer, is totally against the gas subsidies that create these low, low prices, but he does end the piece with a note from Adam Sieminski, chief energy economist at Deutsche Bank, that subsidies aren't the only thing affecting high gas prices around the globe. World-wide demand (including in countries where gas is artificially cheap), coupled with limited refining capacity, that does it. The best thing to do is try and use as little as possible.
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