I guess my first question is how is the fuel getting so hot? Most, if not all gas station tanks are underground where the temp is always around 55 degrees. Doesn't make sense to me. Nevertheless, the average temperature over a 365 day period in the midwest has to be right around 60 degrees so I can't see how it's impacting me. People in the south are getting screwed though.
This is my favorite line from that article:
Moreover, if consumers actually received more energy per gallon, they would likely be charged more for the gallon since they would be receiving more.
WTF? God forbid the consumer actually gets what he's paying for.