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Unformatted text preview: Subtotal $702 951 1,789 1,762 1,886 2,100 971 1,050 1,336 1,673 $1,405 1,747 2,602 2,736 2,961 2,987 2,137 2,119 2,537 2,886 Percent Change 12.9% 24.3 49.0 5.1 8.2 0.9 -28.5 -0.8 19.7 13.8 Total $6,681 8,690 12,418 11,891 11,263 16,883 9,421 11,039 12,918 13,625 Percent Change 64.8% 30.1 42.9 -4.2 -5.3 49.9 -44.2 17.2 17.0 5.5 a Estimated. b Forecast. Sources: Colorado Geological Survey Mineral and Minerals Fuel Activity Reports, Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, Department of Minerals and Geology, and Colorado Business Economic Outlook Committee. 21 2012 Colorado Business Economic Outlook Mining and Logging continued from page 21 barrel oil, the actual cost of one gallon of unleaded gasoline would be approximately $3.40 taking into account margin costs, transportation, and taxes. Expected volatility in crude oil in 2012 would translate to a wide range in gasoline prices in the state—$2.65 to $3.90 per gallon is plausible. An additional consideration is that current energy and environmental policies discourage...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2013 for the course MGMT 231 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '13 term at Bauder.

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