Odds of EXM gas station passing on the savings to end customers... slim to none
Damages of 1.3 cents a gallon?!?! That's huge when you sum it up over the period of time they're talking about! Sheesh!
That sort of thing can seriously affect the profitability of a gas station, given the elasticity of demand for such a widely available commodity.
This probably has nothing to do with this, but when I went to fuel-up at a Mobil station the other day, the usual octains of 87, 89, and 93 was instead 87, 88, and 92. The cost also seemed down 10 cents per grade. What gives?