May 20, 2008

Cheapest and Most Expensive Gasoline

Courtesy of CNN Money. Comments forthcoming.

Most expensive places to buy gas
Rank Country Price/gal
1. Eritrea $9.58
2. Norway $8.73
3. United Kingdom $8.38
4. Netherlands $8.37
5. Monaco $8.31
6. Iceland $8.28
7. Belgium $8.22
8. France $8.07
9. Germany $7.86
10. Portugal $7.84
108. United States $3.45

Where gasoline is cheapest

1. Venezuela 12 cents
2. Iran 40 cents
3. Saudi Arabia 45 cents
4. Libya 50 cents
5. Swaziland 54 cents
6. Qatar 73 cents
7. Bahrain 81 cents
8. Egypt 89 cents
9. Kuwait 90 cents
10. Seychelles 98 cents
44. United States $3.45

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

FYI<< Swaziland gas is 10.46Rand per liter about 5.00us per gallon

Baila said...

In Israel its about 7.00 a gallon. I try not to think about it.

My husband's Venezuela. He doesn't care how cheap gas is over there, he thinks every Jew should pack up get the hell out of that country asap.

Anonymous said...

your.59 for swaziland is a mistake

V-Grrrl said...

After living in Europe for several years, I can tell you Europeans HATE to hear Americans whine about the cost of gas--especially since most Americans drive GINORMOUS gas-guzzling vehicles.

Tell them the war is about fighting terrorists and not protecting/securing oil supplies. They'll laugh.

Jack said...

anon,

Gotcha.

Baila,

$7 a gal- better buy a camel. ;)

After living in Europe for several years, I can tell you Europeans HATE to hear Americans whine about the cost of gas

It is always fun to respond with a comment about how if it wasn't for us they'd all be speaking German.

Anonymous said...

IF IT WAS NOT FOR US YOU ALL WOULD BE SPEAKING GERMAN............WHO IS THE JERK WHO SAIG SWWAZILAND IS SO CHEAP

Anonymous said...

THE END IS NEAR REPENT

Anonymous said...

NUKE EUROPE THEN WE CAN HAVE THER GAS

Deadman said...

Venezuela 12 cents

I've got two bits to buy a couple gallons and set that two-bit dictator's hair on fire...

Deadman said...

BTW, V-Grrl?

The US ain't Europe. We can't moped around for our livelihoods. Oh, and I spent several years there too.