Wayne Greene: Doing the math on cheap gas and the petroleum recession in Oklahoma

Updated: Jul 22, 2020

Tulsa World By Wayne Greene May 28, 2020 

I drove to the bank last week to deposit my federal stimulus check.

Thank you, future American taxpayers!

My car still had half a tank of gas so I didn’t bother filling up.

When I got home, I checked my credit card records. The last time I put gas in my Honda was March 13, more than two months ago. If current trends were to hold, I probably won’t need to buy gasoline until the middle of July.

Most days, I’ve got nowhere to go. I work from my back bedroom, walk to the grocery store and talk to my friends, family and coworkers on Zoom.

A year ago, I was filling up every other week routinely. Now, the equivalent of four times a year.

I like math. Let’s do some...

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