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By Robert Rapier on Mar 27, 2007 with no responses

More on Hot Gas Lawsuit

I really love my Site Meter at the bottom of the page. I check it most days, and it gives me a lot of good information about who is linking to the site and where they are coming from. Incidentally, you can access the same information I can see by clicking on it. Anyway, a few days ago I wrote Hot Gas Lawsuit in Utah. It is about a class action lawsuit that claims that oil companies are making a killing from overcharging customers because gas expands in the summer. According to my Site Meter, I was getting some hits on this article, which I ultimately tracked back to here. The discussion was fine, until one of my beloved fringe… Continue»

By Robert Rapier on Mar 20, 2007 with 1 response

Hot Gas Lawsuit in Utah

I wrote this up a couple of weeks ago, but never got around to posting it. I guess business is slow for the folks who sue people for a living: Suit Seeks to Deflate Excess ‘Hot Gas’ Profit Source: Salt Lake Tribune Mar. 7–When the temperature of gasoline rises, the volume of the fuel expands. And that means Utah drivers who fill up during the summer may get fewer miles out of a tank of gas than during the colder months, when the temperature of the fuel they pumped into their automobiles and pickups was lower. The prospect that motorists may not always be getting all the energy from each gallon of gasoline that they paid for has ignited a… Continue»