Southern California gas price average rise but should start to drop

April 1999
Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;04/26/99, Issue 322451, p12
Focuses on the rise in the average price of regular self-serve unleaded gas in Southern California, in April 1999. Reduced production in northern California refineries; High cost of refining the cleaner burning fuel required in the state; Data from the Automobile Club of Southern California's `Fuel Gauge Report.'


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