The gasoline pricing market in Canada.
Crude oil prices are largely determined by global markets
Crude oil is one of a number of globally traded commodities like gold, corn, coffee and many others. The prices of such commodities are set in worldwide markets comprised of millions of buyers and sellers reacting to economic fundamentals for each commodity.
One litre, many factors
There are several factors that go into the price you pay at the pump. For every litre of gasoline, price includes factors such as taxes, distribution, refining, and crude oil costs.
Imperial participates in the Cap and Trade Program
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"Independent Statistics and Analysis." Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Update. U.S. Energy Information Administration
(EIA), n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2014.
Natural Resources Canada.
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