May 2003
National Petroleum News;May2003, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
Presents chart and graphs depicting the prices of gasoline in New York as of May 2003. Impact of Iraq war 2003 on oil prices; Volatility of the economy; Effects of the Venezuelan workers strike on pricing.


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