Between Cahokia Mounds and the Gateway International Speedway stands a giant landfill. It’s about to become a giant fuel source.
Prices at some local stations flirt with sub-$3 territory.
Says “jitters” in the Mideast are overcoming usual fall price drop.
Prices rose more than a dime-per-gallon Tuesday as the hurricane slammed the Gulf of Mexico.
Crude oil, which accounts for 2/3 of fuel price, now below $80/gallon.
Dramatic 14-cent per gallon decline over last seven days.
Expert: St. Louis prices dropping three times faster than national average.
API: Keystone XL would pump 800,000 barrels of oil a day into US.
Knocking on the door of $4 per gallon average.
Not worth the chance of ruining your engine, according to expert.