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Gasoline prices rise in W.Va.

July 19, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Gasoline prices in West Virginia rose by 19 cents to $3.628 a gallon this week, according to AAA East Central. This compares to the average gasoline price last week in the state of $3....

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Jul-20-13 11:47 AM

And you think the Oil Companies would lower the price of gas that much, knowing we will pay as much as we do now? Yeah Right! Dream on!

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Jul-20-13 10:22 AM

Wake up Denver. You obviously don't know what impact EPA regulations have had on gas prices. Learn more, talk less.

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Jul-20-13 7:10 AM

Keep on dreaming "Belmont"

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Jul-19-13 1:54 PM

If the EPA's foolish seasonal mix requirements were removed gasoline would drop by a dollar a gallon in one day. Abolish the EPA for a better life.

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Jul-19-13 9:46 AM

The gouge continues unchallenged. The last time gas was in the $3.50 to $4.00 range, oil was $130 to $140 per barrel. You may note that at times in the past three years, oil has been in the $80s to $90, while gas has remained largely in the $3.40 to $3.60 range.

Gas is always quick to increase in large amounts, but slow to drop by pennies. You never see a 30 cent drop overnight, but it's not uncommon at all to see 30 to 50 cent spikes.

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