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Consumers are understandably sensitive to gasoline prices. And, with price signs in many parts of the world on every main street, every small change is instantly visible. People wonder why gasoline prices fluctuate so much, why prices vary from place to place, and why prices are not lower. Today's gasoline market is not the same one your parents and grandparents knew. It's now a complex system requiring globally interconnected facilities and logistics to meet specific local fuel needs and regulations.
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