My friend Katharine has commented on her own LiveJournal on the gasoline that cannot be found in metro Atlanta. Other reports I’ve read note great anxiety in western North Carolina with spot shortages in other Southern locations. The word is that these shortages are due to hurricane-hampered refinery production, but new refineries aren’t going to… Continue reading Will we recall the oil decline beginning like Georgia, N.C.?
I keep up with oil prices — and even with the recent increases past $90, $100 and $110 — yelped when New York crude jumped to more than $129 in morning trading. Moan as I might about governments failing to plan for change and groan as I might that warnings about a bubble seem like… Continue reading Are churches planning ahead for expensive oil?
Within a three day period, I have spoken with two persons in completely unrelated situation (and different locales) who have made statements starting “when gas hits $4 a gallon we’ll have to . . . .” with something not-nice following. You, dear readers, know how much I like dense urban development and reliable, efficient public… Continue reading Life at $4 a gallon