Oil refinery outage may cause gas prices to spike, report says
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Much of the Great Lakes can expect to pay more at the pump after a refinery outage in Illinois.
Gasbuddy.com reports the outage will cause wholesale gas prices to jump nearly 10-cents per gallon by Thursday or Friday.
Michigan drivers may see gas prices spike between $2.65-$2.79 a gallon as a result.
Other states that may be impacted include Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and West Virginia.
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