Twin reports examine rural fuel pricing
ISER and AG find no signs of illegal activity, but see areas where lack of transparency makes solutions difficult to find
For Petroleum News
Fuel prices in rural Alaska seem to play by the rules of the market, but the market in rural Alaska is so unusual it makes fuel prices hard to decipher, according to two new reports.
Factors ranging from obvious — the challenges of getting fuel to remote corners of the state — to quaint — the need f....
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Two distinct rural markets
Suggestions hard to come by
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