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not defined by political agendas. oil & refined products (gasoline, etc) analyst. gas price myth buster & fact checker. bourbon fan. data lover. depaul alum.

Chicago via Grand Rapids, MI
Joined April 2009
My various social media channels: Twitter: @gasbuddyguy Mastodon: tinyurl.com/yv6p5kxf Facebook: bit.ly/3hwK2PL Instagram: bit.ly/3hqox3f Post: bit.ly/3V8GVv4 Substack: bit.ly/3YxAKUb
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My thighs! my gawd my thighs
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The first hints of sunlight… 😍
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Worth saying that VLO has data on VLO sales/gallons. Data from refiners and retailers can be bias. GasBuddy data comes from many operators and does not have this bias.
One small tidbit from $VLO conference call: Valero's management believes EIA weekly data is still undercounting US demand (including on gasoline).
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On this Friday I’m thankful for reaching 60k followers! I will always strive to be accurate, fair, and truthful on discussing all things refined products and prices and thank you for following! 🙏
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Imagine suggesting that anyone that understands and comprehends economics is “boot licking”. I don’t defend oil companies, I don’t defend anyone. I merely explain economics to those that cant grasp it on their own.
Replying to @GasBuddyGuy
Notable that you put forward no defense of oil companies because there are none. But why can’t you say that? What’s driving your boot licking of companies who gouge Americans, evade taxes & pillage our country Patrick? @WHCOS @GavinNewsom
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It was 11 months ago that I stumbled onto Twitter spaces, all because the #COM had an amazing space- while I don't recall who the host was, driving 18 hours back to Illinois and listening and sharing was amongst the most amazing times I had. If you haven't, check out Spaces!
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It was probably, @sohaibab9, I'm guessing? the entire #com gets a shout out- even my mother, who was riding back with me, was interested!!
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I am very sure this is NOT an all encompassing list, there are so many others, but I only RT and share from accounts that I feel are the most neutral, best informing, so keep an eye on RTs and likes.
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mind blown after your first time opening the @GasBuddy app
Replying to @GasBuddyGuy @bucees
ahhhh haaaaaa. now I will get the GasBuddy app and find other ways to entertain myself on the boring ride!
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exactly this. people get so angry about profit margin, but let's make due note that Uncle Sam's profit margin on gasoline is 100%. They do nothing. Oil companies make far less than that, its a high stakes game for oil companies, while the government dives into pools of money
Replying to @GasBuddyGuy
the government profits more per gallon of gas than oil companies.
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it's weird that a state that taxes fuel at the highest rate in the country, has the highest living cost of anywhere in the country, suddenly says "oh its oil companies". the state does nothing to produce gasoline, in fact hinders it, but then taxes it like no other, & blames oil.
Big oil is ripping you off AND lying to you! We’re working with the Legislature on a price gouging penalty to keep oil company profits in check.
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In a week I shall be posting the same thing again. Will @bucees have the same billboards in Indiana that help me countdown miles until Zeus harasses me for their pulled pork? Can. not. wait.
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Patrick De Haan ⛽️📊 retweeted
Freeport LNG Restart: FERC gave the Texas plant permission to start bringing Loop 1 transfer piping and the boil off gas management system back into service   PDF copy of order at bit.ly/3wvwlEL   #LNG #ONGT #NatGas #Shale #OOTT #Houston
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after I called FedEx pretty frustrated this happened... no more delay? hope its right, if so, appreciate sticking to the plan.
How is it @fedex (and UPS...) are impenetrable organizations? Somehow an overnight priority package made it all the way to the local sort facility and now... now it's delayed (why)? The best I can get is calling support (someone overseas) who apologizes and can't do anything.
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Average #gasprices in #Colorado are now up nearly $1 per gallon in the last month, due to the loss of a critical refinery from the arctic blast in December.
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How is it @fedex (and UPS...) are impenetrable organizations? Somehow an overnight priority package made it all the way to the local sort facility and now... now it's delayed (why)? The best I can get is calling support (someone overseas) who apologizes and can't do anything.
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I mean, look at how poor driving conditions are... FedEx is citing winter weather. Apparently and inch of heavy wet snow that melts is a problem.
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Patrick De Haan ⛽️📊 retweeted
Energy demand is starting to pick up and the momentum will continue this year. The rebound in Chinese tourism will have a big impact on consumption and the recovery takes place against a backdrop of structural supply underinvesment Trafigura's Rahim #oott bnnbloomberg.ca/oil-advances…
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