I realize this isn't an engineering question, but more engineering economy, but I'm sure someone here will have some wisdom. Diesel fuel costs about 25% more than regular gas right now. Is this here to stay because of the requirement for low sulfer now? If it isn't that, is there something in the supply/demand chain that has shifted?
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