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 Posted: Tue Jun 26th, 2018 08:20 pm
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 the new Arco gas station guaymas

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the posted prices

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many may have noticed, that the gas station at arrecifes plaza is being  remodeled!
they too will be Arco station's!

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I'm not down there at the moment. How does that price compare with the San Carlos stations?

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I'm not down there at the moment. How does that price compare with the San Carlos stations?

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quido there is only one other station, or two if you include the marina. time will tell!

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frankie wrote: quido there is only one other station, or two if you include the marina. time will tell!

What happened to one of the stations along Beltrones in San Carlos?

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1) plaza arricefes
2) across from country club entrance
3) marina

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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:56 pm
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Frankie, I havent memorized the names of plazas in San Carlos. Are you saying that Memo's station is being converted to an Arco? In other words, the station in front of Seaside and Remax realtys?

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si mi amigo!!

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Its a beginning , so we may see . Interesting article here https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/2-5-years-more-to-attain-competitive-fuel-market/?utm_source=Mexico+News+Today&utm_campaign=48184f1e10-newsletter_COPY_02&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f1536a3787-48184f1e10-349564165

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gasoline is heavily taxed, and its the same case when comparing $3 gas in Az to $4 gas in California and Mx.

Arco like Pemex produces, refines and sells retail with no franchise owners. So why would they start a price war if it cuts their profit?

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map of pemex pipe lines 

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arco & chevron are most likely purchasing their gasoline from pemex. pemex refines some of it's oil, for gas distribution to the northern mexican states in the USA. this is a pic of a chevron station in los mochis!

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The may buy from Pemex in Hermosillo, but Pemex buys most of its imported gas now from a BP and US refineries in Texas.

This is not a supply issue as gas is cheaper in AZ than CA, where it is refined. Ships do and can transfer gas, oil and other liquids very cheaply.

This is Psimply emex and BP colluding to fix prices to the maximum allowable under Mexican Law.

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Bullshipper wrote: The may buy from Pemex in Hermosillo, but Pemex buys most of its imported gas now from a BP and US refineries in Texas.
there is no disagreement,  the map clearly shows an oil pipe line to TEXAS, it also shows a gas line back to mexico!! i would assume there is also a reciprocal agreement in the purchase of the gasoline refined in the USA for mexican oil, BP oil, USA oil!
BP has oil leases from the USA and mexico in the gulf of mexico! 
it is my understanding BP is in negotiation to build a refinery in mexico!


P.S. mexico is the largest importer of USA gas, according to a 12/30/16 statistic about 45.8% of the 177.4 million barrels produced for export from the USA!

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Quido, to answer you, I buy premium and it looks very similar in price.  I think I last paid 19.67 in San Carlos

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I don't see a price on the sign for ULSD diesel fuel....what's the latest on finally getting some of that in the San Carlos area?  Or is it already there?

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Who was it that wanted USA Diesel? Well if you leave San Carlos driving to Guaymas the first station on left is changing to Arco and told me they will be selling Arco diesel also in about a month.

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guzzi wrote: Who was it that wanted USA Diesel? Well if you leave San Carlos driving to Guaymas the first station on left is changing to Arco and told me they will be selling Arco diesel also in about a month.

Isnt that a Memo station, too?

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