U.S. shale producers and OPEC, who not long ago were waging a price war, this week found themselves on similar sides as oil prices have surged well above $100 a barrel: in no rush to rapidly boost production.
We were at $4.79 but dropped last week to $4.49. Stations north of me 15 minutes on Ocean City corridor have been lower for quite a while. Not normal as they,re usually higher. Guessing they,re trying to keep that traffic flow going to our tourist trap, O.C. Md.