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Oregon Gas Prices Soar

(Portland, OR) -- Repair to a pipeline that supplies gasoline to Oregon is causing gas prices to soar. The Triple-A reports Oregon's average increased 17 cents a gallon to four-47 over the last week. The Olympic Pipeline runs from Blaine, Washington to Portland and moves gas from Washington's four refineries. Planned maintenance will temporarily reduce gas supplies, and that, combined with rising summer demand caused prices to jump.

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