Monthly Archives: August 2012

CSA CHANGES- HURRICANE SHUTS DOWN REFINERIES

CSA has announced some changes to the BASIC categories. Fatigued Driving will be changing to “hours of service compliance”. I think this will be better and more specific than a blanket fatigue category. Gulf Coast refineries were shut down to prepare for Hurricane Isaac. Prices spiked 5 cents overnight. Proof that speculators run up the fuel prices based on news and not hard facts. If […]

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Fire results in increased prices

A fire last week at a major oil refinery in California appears to be one of the big factors behind a sharp rise in regional and national diesel prices during the week ended Monday, Aug. 13. The national average retail diesel price soared 11.5 cents to $3.96 a gallon, according to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. It was the sixth straight increase […]

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