Buyers will need to know the price of the barrel of oil that goes into the refinery and then the price that the refinery is willing to pay for the same barrel of crude.
They can then calculate how much that barrel of extra oil is worth.
A crude oil refinery has to be able to sell a barrel of gasoline or diesel at a price of $2.25 a gallon.
The other piece of information you need to have is the price you can buy that barrel at.
The refinery is supposed to sell that barrel for a profit.
The higher the price, the more oil that refinery is going to sell.
The price of a barrel is measured by a formula.
You can look up the formula and see how much oil a barrel weighs or a gallon of gasoline.
You can then use that formula to figure out how much you can get for your money.
A barrel of fuel costs about $2 a gallon, so you can figure out the cost of that gallon of fuel by multiplying that price by a barrel’s weight.
You also want to figure in the price per gallon of oil you’re paying.
You’re also looking at the cost per barrel of gas.
The more gas you buy, the less it costs you to use it.
The price of gas is based on how much gasoline you use.
The average price per year for gas is about $3.25 per gallon.
That calculation works out to $2,600 for a gallon and $2 per gallon for a barrel.
But you can also add a little more to that formula by adding in the cost that a refinery is paying for each barrel of additional oil it produces.
The calculation can be a bit trickier.
The formula will look at the price paid by each refinery for each of the five types of oil in the barrel: tar sands, light oil, heavy oil, light corn oil and heavy corn oil.
Tar sands is the least expensive oil to buy at $3 a barrel, light and heavy oil at $4.50 and light corn at $6.50.
The heaviest oil is at $7.50 a barrel for light corn.
The refinery then calculates how much it’s willing to charge to sell the barrels at that price.
The company also calculates how many barrels they’re willing to produce to make up for the difference in the prices of light and dark oil.
It’s important to note that the cost for the refinery to produce the barrels varies from refinery to refinery.
Some refineries have their own factories and facilities that produce their own oil and gasoline.
Other refineries are able to purchase oil from a refinery that has the same production facility as the refinery.
You’ll see a lot of overlap in refinery prices.
The formula can be useful when comparing different types of oils or gasoline to determine what you can expect to pay.
You don’t want to pay too much for oil that’s going to cost you in the future.
The average price of gasoline in the United States is $2 to $3 per gallon, and the average price for diesel is about 15 cents per gallon in the same market.
The difference between the prices for different types is the cost to produce oil and to refine it.
You pay the refinery for a certain amount of time to produce a certain number of barrels of fuel.
Refineries also use other costs to help make up the difference between their cost to refine and the cost they pay to produce barrels of oil.
The most expensive refinery to operate is the largest in the country.
The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington refinery produces more than 200,000 barrels a day of fuel, or about 7.5 million gallons a day.
It pays about $1,500 a barrel to run its refinery, so it’s about 30% more expensive to operate the refinery than the next largest refinery in the state.
The next biggest refinery is in Louisiana, which produces almost 2 million barrels a week, or more than 10 million gallons.
The state pays $1.20 per barrel to operate its refinery.
The cheapest refinery to run is the smallest in the nation, the refinery in Pennsylvania.
It has a capacity of just under 10,000 gallons a minute.
That’s less than a tenth of a percent of the average of all the refineries in the entire country.