Oil dumped to 66$ today. That's getting to the point, according to some, where Alberta's oil sands are no longer economically viable. Where I live we get about half our daily gasoline ration from Canadian heavy crude that is pumped straight down from Alberta in a large pipe, so that's interesting. Presumably if demand and price continues to fall off there will be plenty fuel available that will be trucked in here to make up the difference. If Suncor's refinery shuts down that will be quite nice for the city's breathers. In the meantime, check out this amazing hook-shaped graph (FHWA data), vehicle miles driven in the US for the past 25 years. What happens next?