Gasoline drops 60 cents a gallon

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Gasoline still costs more than $4 a gallon on St. John, but at least it’s cheaper than it was.

E&C in Cruz Bay/Enighed has cut its price to $4.07 a gallon, from $4.67, according to the St. John Talk blog.  The price cut follows a 75-cent a gallon price reduction by Hovensa, the refinery on St. Croix.

It also comes after Hurricane Omar left the Territory, before which many people filled their vehicles’ gas tanks.  So, lots of folks are driving around with nearly $5/gallon gas.

3 thoughts on “Gasoline drops 60 cents a gallon”

  1. I wonder if they will lift the fuel surcharge of $1.10 per person per way for the Red Hook/Cruz Bay ferry now? I wonder if we will see a reduction in our WAPA bills. LEAC and the PSC need to look into this soon.

  2. I wonder if they will lift the fuel surcharge of $1.10 per person per way for the Red Hook/Cruz Bay ferry now? I wonder if we will see a reduction in our WAPA bills. LEAC and the PSC need to look into this soon.

  3. In time it will take the PSC to get their act together to vote on a reduction of the surcharge, The price of fuel will be higher than it’s ever been. In other words It ain’t going to happen.

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