Skip to comments.List of Gasoline Companies who DO NOT import oil from the Middle East
Posted on 04/09/2008 2:08:56 PM PDT by Dallas
WHERE TO BUY YOUR USA-GAS, THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT TO KNOW. READ ON--
Every time you fill up the car, you can avoid putting more money into the coffers of Saudi Arabia Just buy from gas companies that don't import their oil from the Saudis.
These companies import Middle Eastern oil:
Exxon /Mobil...............130,082,000 barrels
Citgo Gas comes from South America, from a Dictator who hates Americans.
Here are some large companies that DO NOT import Middle Eastern oil:
Also: Pilot, Flying J, Love's, RaceTrac, Valero.
All of this information is available from the Department of Energy and each is required to state where they get their oil and how much they are importing.
Glad to hear about Valero...I always get my gas there. Thanks for the info!
Do you have time to respond to this? I have chores to do.
This is excellent information. I am going to go out of my way to use this list. If it could be widely disseminated, it could have a fantastic impact on the effect of petrodollars on the terrorist economy.
Kudos to you!
Usually buy from a Conoco station. Only use Flying J on our annual trek to ST. Louis.
Oh. By the way, what about the Russkie gas stations? Yukos or whatever?
AMOCO was bought by BP about 10 years ago.
I doubt this info is up to date or valid!
Thanks for the info! I’ll fill my gas guzzling Infiniti QX56 at Sunoco from now on.
I guess I know where I am going to get my gas from now on
What about Giant Eagle’s Get-Go or Kroger’s or Meijer’s?
Who does Tetco and Safeway buy their gas from?
It does not matter whether you buy your gas from companies that import from the Middle East.
Oil is a *commodity* and if the US buys more from non Middle Eastern sources, then others will have to buy more from the Middle East since the remaining available supply from non Middle East sources will be less. In the worst case, oil suppliers from various regions will sell to each other if there is an imbalance, or rely on brokers to transfer ownership of the oil.
I always buy Conoco. This is good to hear. Thanks.
It doesn't really matter who you buy it from... your purchase affects the market price, period.
What you are recommending is like saying make sure you dip your bucket in a certain part of the ocean because we want to affect the level in a certain place.
Sounds like another internet hoax, like the don’t buy gas on Tuesday from Exxon/Mobil email that goes around every now & then
Maybe it’s just a “feel good” for me. But I’d rather give my money to a company that imports ME oil as a last resort, instead of a regular practice.
I’m with you.......even own the stock! Gotta start being a lead foot, so I can increase the cash flow a little, I guess! Damn Jeep only goes so fast!
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