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Hurricane Dennis brings gas price gouging allegations

GULFPORT, Miss. -- By mid-afternoon last Friday, even before Hurricane Dennis made landfall, the Mississippi Attorney General's Office had received 32 complaints about gasoline price gouging, said Grant Hedgepeth, director of consumer protection for the state agency. And in Florida, as of Sunday...

Editorial sparks rebuttal from association over below-cost pricing laws

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Big business faced off with mom-and-pops editorially recently as The Wall Street Journal, which fired the first shot, and the Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA), which returned fire, printed varying views of state-imposed, below-cost gasoline selling laws. In the...

GAO says blends raising prices; recommends EPA study ways to balance costs, benefits

WASHINGTON -- The proliferation of special gasoline blends in the United States has put stress on the gasoline supply system and has raised costs, affecting operations at refineries, pipelines and storage terminals, as well as raising wholesale prices, according to a new study by the Government...

More data sought about impact on state economy
22nd state to ban gas additive
Lukoil displacing Mobil in Philly area
Also, Kinder Morgan pipeline progress in Ariz. bodes well for supply
Oil back over $60 as storm hits supply
A Minnesota lawmaker wants to repeal a state law that she believes is prompting higher retail gasoline prices.
Analyst predicts world crisis, possibly war, over petroleum supply

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