Refinery problems, spill drive up Great Lakes gas
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A rare combination of pipeline and refinery problems has exacerbated already rising gas prices in the Great Lakes region, leading to surges of about 35 cents per gallon in just a week.
A Wisconsin pipeline shutdown and equipment problems at Indiana and Illinois refineries helped boost the region's price increases well above average.
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