Report looks at ‘why’ behind high fuel
ISER study looks at 10 communities to see what drives high fuel prices in rural Alaska; full report to follow later this month
High oil prices combined with refining and transportation costs will always make fuel oil more expensive in rural parts of the state, but smaller, and possibly controllable, factors might also be at play, according to a new University of Alaska Anchorage report.
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