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Fuel tanker trucks line up outside the Magellan Pipeline Co. terminal Wednesday in West Fargo, waiting to load up on gasoline and diesel. Helmut Schmidt / The Forum

Fargo-Moorhead gas prices dipping; spot shortages of some grades possible

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FARGO - Gas prices in North Dakota and Minnesota are falling in a typical end-of-summer pattern tied to lower consumption and a switchover at refineries to producing less-expensive winter-formula fuels, a spokeswoman for AAA Minnesota said.

But the eastern North Dakota fuel pipeline is seeing less supply, leading to spot shortages of certain grades of gas, the head of the North Dakota Petroleum Marketers Association and local fuel truck drivers said Wednesday.

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