via Fox News:
Members of the United Steelworkers Union at refineries that produce nearly 10 percent of U.S. gasoline, diesel and other fuels, were on strike for a second day on Monday as they pushed for a new national contract with oil companies covering laborers at 63 plants, The Wall Street Journal reported. If a new deal isn’t reached and the strikes continue, drivers at the pump could take a hard hit.
“You can forget about $2 gasoline,” Carl Larry, director of oil and gas at consulting firm Frost & Sullivan, told the newspaper. “It’s going to be a big deal. People are going to be freaked out.”