Higher fuel prices ....justified?????

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Higher fuel prices ....justified?????

Feb 6, 2018 | 07:56 1 Article on farms.com about higher gas prices for Saskatchewan. ...

It doesn't make sense. Feedstock is discounted by lack of pipeline capacity so fuel prices rise?

And no one can be bothered to look into the collusion and price fixing.

Some government we have. Rural Saskatchewan can't be taken advantage of much longer ....can it?

Federated provides most of the fuel around here. How can they continue to suck every penny out of their customers and owners? Reply With Quote
ajl
Feb 6, 2018 | 08:25 2 Collusion and price fixing are normal in the thinly traded Canuckistani market place. That is why it was so surprising the bread thing got traction. You mean that price fixing is bad? With AB's Uber expensive new refinery coming on line you would think that there would be some relief at the pumps one day. This non stop winter does have some effect and carbon tax which is 0.08 per litre in AB. Carbon tax is just another tax on all those side jobs we have to do in order to keep our farms running. Reply With Quote
Feb 6, 2018 | 08:32 3
Quote Originally Posted by ajl View Post
Collusion and price fixing are normal in the thinly traded Canuckistani market place. That is why it was so surprising the bread thing got traction. You mean that price fixing is bad? With AB's Uber expensive new refinery coming on line you would think that there would be some relief at the pumps one day. This non stop winter does have some effect and carbon tax which is 0.08 per litre in AB. Carbon tax is just another tax on all those side jobs we have to do in order to keep our farms running.
traction? have you saw any bread prices drop ?? Reply With Quote
Feb 6, 2018 | 08:41 4 It's very obvious Moe is going to defend the oil industry at the cost of farmers wallets.....

Support oil for economy then the higher prices are passed to farmers with higher fuel prices....must be nice to take the base support for granted. ...and farmers really have no choice ....the ndp would do the same thing.... Reply With Quote