Re: Pumping Gas in Oregon (WAS: Re: Osama Bin Laden Take Over List!)
Hal Vaughan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>One major point he made about auto fuel was that
>it is stored in a tank that is, at least in VA, 15 feet or more
>underground, kept at a constant temperature and pressure, and that
>this effect the delivery much more than the air temperature.
Good point, I was just thinking about that, I also wonder how much
fuel is lost due to rusty tanks, and poor linings surrounding the
tanks. I hope the ground water is tested as regularly as the
I also wonder about the poor farmers, who fills there tanks? If an
exception exists for farmers, what qualifies as a farm? If I have
say 2 acre's of land and want my own fuel tank can I qualify?
Am I also allowed to have say ten ten gallon gas cans for the old
generator. Or can I store a 55 gallon barrel of 10w40 in my garage.