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Gas prices are delightfully low, but don’t get too used to them – as Roger McKnight explains, the rock-bottom prices will likely go up soon
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Roger McKnight explains how post-Christmas is generally a low demand period, but Alberta’s economic woes are also playing a factor
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Roger McKnight speaks with Sunny Freeman about the discrepancy between the falling price of crude and prices at the pump. “Oil companies are keeping more profits to refine the oil into gasoline in order to offset what they are losing in production profit, which increases prices at the pump.” ~Roger McKnight
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The oil companies have reduced refining margins and are now fighting to maintain market share on the street, which is lower and lower gas prices. Even lower prices may still be on the way
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While the price of crude surged briefly over tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, McKnight says in the long run, the two countries are likely to keep the taps open
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Jan 5, 2016
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