With a gallon of gasoline costing $3 in much of America, many consumers wonder how the price is broken down, from oil fields, refineries, suppliers and the pump. Robert Siegel talks with Jim Haddock, vice president for retail sales of Gas America, which owns about 80 service stations and is based in Greenfield, Ind. Haddock talks about how much money the service stations are making as gas prices continue to rise.
Fuming Over Gas: Where the Pennies Go
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