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As a result, wholesale prices for gasoline jumped 6 cents to $1.73 a gallon in trading Monday on the benchmark contract that settles next month.
Most of my days are filled with cleaning mold, loading five gallon buckets of stems into our mausoleum-like cooler, and sitting on the phone with brides concerned about the potential differences between peach and apricot roses.
Andy Lipow, president of consultant Lipow Oil Associates, expects prices to rise 10 cents a gallon for motorists east of the Rockies.
In October, Pasquale turns to wine-making, producing about 130 gallons a year, which is stored in barrels in the family's basement.
Florida gas prices averaged at $2.30 a gallon on Sunday, which was 5 cents higher than a week ago, according to AAA’s record of gas price averages.
By the end of the decade, Americans were consuming more than a million gallons of ice cream per day—and, crucially, associating it with the comfort and diversion formerly assigned to alcohol.
The EPA’s new plan will require 4.24 billion gallons of advanced biofuel in 2018, down from 4.28 billion this year and far lower than the 5.25 billion sought by the industry’s leading trade group.
Fox13 reported that about 2.5 gallons of chlorine and muriatic acid had seeped into the water supply.
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