Agree, it did not scare oil companies but at least it could show them we are not happy and we can be organized. Supply-demand...Agree. It is a basic economics. What we see here is a conspiracy. Drive along the city and see THE SAME price. ESSO-SHELL-PETRO CANADA...How do they keep the same price? Do the have the same costs? I doubt. Why our gas price is the same as in countries WITHOUT a drop of own oil? Why does Canada export oil to US if we have short "supply"? Why gas in US has lower price than in Canada? Is "demand" in US lower than in Canada? I doubt.
Three years ago I filled diesel at $0.80/L and now it is $1.30/L. Do you see 162,5% growth of diesel cars on the road compare to three years ago? Me too...
Quote: The opposite is what happens every spring/summer when the farmers buy up all the diesel. Supply goes down, and so the price goes up.
Farmers in Vancouver? Gimme a break. Why "supply" goes down? Is it possible to increase "supply"? Why not? Because it is make more sense for them to produce less and charge more. Less costs and more profit...
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