We all want to maximize our profits and reap the rewards of our hard work. Oil companies cut costs for years and now they're reaping their rewards.
Some perspective: a pint of water costs $1.15/pint in a store. At 8 pints/gal., and $1.15/pint, U.S. consumers are paying $9.20/gal. of water at retail. This illustrates how gasoline is still a better value than water.
R-CALF needs to remember we need the Albertans in Canada. The province sits on a huge amount of oil. Protectionism doesn't work. Syd Bates Texas Cross B Ranch Merit, TX