Diesel price...

nicklockard

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Only Canuckistanians should post in this thread from now on. Everyone who needed to blow off steam has. Now stop it and let the weird Canucks get back to their Moose petting or whatever it is they do.
 

Johhny04

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pnyknight

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Back to our normal topic. Esso at 197 Bellamy Rd. N reporting price of $214.9L as per Gasbuddy. Anyone near there to report if true?
I read the address as the price and got excited at first lol
I've usually filled up at Pioneer as they are often ~10cents cheaper (plus extra CIBC CC discount) vs the overpriced shell beside them, but now I'm second guessing their fuel quality, thoughts?
 

amit9

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Here is an article that a member posted in another thread. Explains quite well what is happening with diesel prices. I think it might be time to look into making home bio, since D2 prices probably won't be coming down very soon.

With the way things are looking, I think we should be prepared to pay $3/L (or close to that) in the coming Fall/Winter 2022-23 :rolleyes: :cry:
 

cdi320

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To side track a little from Ontario, BC has always had the highest gas prices in the country, gas and diesel, and that still holds true for gas, but, somehow diesel is now the same price as in Ontario at around 2.38 on average, and in Quebec it's at 2.56 a liter, and St Johns, NL showing 2.65 as the highest... I really don't understand where these prices are coming from, literally none of it makes sense anymore

 

kjclow

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Listening to an economic consultant the other day. He said that part of the problem is that coming out of the pandemic, we have compressed 5 years of economic growth into 18 months. Add in the shipping issues and we get to the point we're at today. They don't anticipate return to normal until 2023.
 

Nuje

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Finally happened - figured I"d make it to the 2030s before I went over the $100 mark filling up one of my TDIs, but alas, Big Oil guessed correctly that with everyone stuck at home for the last two years, they could charge whatever the hell they want and we'll pay it. :mad:

(Vancouver Island - and this was the "cheaper" place at $2.459/L; other stations around were $2.499 - with RUG at $2.199).
(I know this is the Ontario thread, but I couldn't bother to do conversions again for our 'merican comrades.)
 

cdi320

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Finally happened - figured I"d make it to the 2030s before I went over the $100 mark filling up one of my TDIs, but alas, Big Oil guessed correctly that with everyone stuck at home for the last two years, they could charge whatever the hell they want and we'll pay it. :mad:

(Vancouver Island - and this was the "cheaper" place at $2.459/L; other stations around were $2.499 - with RUG at $2.199).
(I know this is the Ontario thread, but I couldn't bother to do conversions again for our 'merican comrades.)
and that's only 47 liters... this is from a few months ago when prices went stupid, vented mk4, price was 1.979

 
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