Gasoline Shortages Expected To Climb

Ontario motorists are beginning to feel the pinch of high fuel costs, and big shortages again.
A refinery fire has led to a supply reduction of Ontario fuel. Stations across the province have wound down operations with over 25% of Esso stations now closed throughout the region, and many others expected to follow suit.
Prices are now hovering around the $1.00 a litre mark, prices not seen since the US southern states were battered by Katrina.
After reading this, I’d say, go and buy a hybrid car folks!


  1. Anonymous
    Posted February 27, 2007 at 11:42 am | Permalink

    Let’s see. Gas prices drop. There’s a fire at a refinery. Gas prices go back up.

    A little birdie recently told me about “dutch lightning.”

    Nah … couldn’t be.

  2. Anonymous
    Posted September 14, 2008 at 1:33 pm | Permalink

    Gas is at 135 now

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