Rural Fuel Prices

Though crude oil prices were generally lower in 2009, fuel prices in Alaska's rural communities remain high. The state Senate Finance Committee asked economists at the Institute of Social and Economic Research to examine what drives fuel prices in rural Alaska. The study describes the complex system for getting fuel to remote places, finding that multiple factors add up to drive prices higher. KCHU's Erik Wander has more:


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