Thursday, May 06, 2004

Something else to worry about...

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Nation's thirst for gas reaching the limit

From the article:The goal of the article is to point out that because of world-wide demand for oil, shrinking refinery capacity in the U.S., increasing environmental regulations, etc., the supply of gasoline in the U.S. (or around the World) cannot meet demand, so one of two things is going to happen: 1) higher prices, or 2) rationing.

His advice: "An early warning could allow people of moderate means to buy efficient vehicles instead of gas guzzlers in time to make a difference in their mobility and personal finances. Whether they have to pay $3 per gallon or carry their ration books to the filling station, they'll thank whoever gave them timely advice."

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