Earlier this year, the regular-grade gasoline versus diesel fuel price spread was virtually nil, but recent checks at several locations in the Chicago-Milwaukee area show a 50-cent to 70-cent difference. This, in effect is the “real” non-crude oil cost-increase factor for gasoline that has a good portion of the nation in an uproar. At press time, gasoline in many parts of the Midwest was well more than $2 per gallon. Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) director Tom Skinner ...
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