CEA State Affairs Policy Group Vice President, Brydon Ross, explains why Hurricanes Irma and Harvey won’t likely have a long-term impact on gasoline prices for people in Kentucky.
“We’re not close to the bad old days,” said Ross, citing the $4-per-gallon prices of 2008. “We have a lot of fuel out there, and the price of crude oil had been dropping. The production increases through hydraulic fracturing will have a long-term positive impact on pricing.”
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