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The cost to produce, transport, and sell gasoline to consumers includes:

The cost of crude oil
Refining costs and profits
Distribution and marketing costs and profits
Taxes
Retail pump prices reflect these costs, as well as the profits (and sometimes losses) of refiners, marketers, distributors and retail station owners.

http://www.eia.doe.gov/energyexplained/i...ing_prices

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