Lydia Holland fills up at a gas station in Sacramento. Rising wholesale gas costs are only part of the story in California. Prices will be impacted by factors that include refinery maintenance, ramped-up production of pricier spring/summer gasoline blends at refineries and perhaps even the United Steelworkers union strike, said Allison Mac, a GasBuddy analyst.
Lydia Holland fills up at a gas station in Sacramento. Rising wholesale gas costs are only part of the story in California. Prices will be impacted by factors that include refinery maintenance, ramped-up production of pricier spring/summer gasoline blends at refineries and perhaps even the United Steelworkers union strike, said Allison Mac, a GasBuddy analyst. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press
Lydia Holland fills up at a gas station in Sacramento. Rising wholesale gas costs are only part of the story in California. Prices will be impacted by factors that include refinery maintenance, ramped-up production of pricier spring/summer gasoline blends at refineries and perhaps even the United Steelworkers union strike, said Allison Mac, a GasBuddy analyst. Rich Pedroncelli The Associated Press

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February 02, 2015 8:00 AM

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