I disagree with the suit, but doesn't anyone realize that if the plaintiffs win it really means the companies were selling too cheap
and they would have had to raise prices to cover these additional "costs". Now they are being penalized for giving us lower prices.
No company "pays" for anything. The customer pays in the form of higher prices if costs go up. As customers we could have been paying higher prices all along which the same people would have bitched about.
They have gotten the benefit of lower prices for all these years and now want to avoid paying the true cost of what they were buying
. They want to get for free what they should have been paying for all along. Maybe it would be fairer to gi back and make us all pay the amount we shoukd have been paying based on how much oil
we used. As often said, there are no free lunchs.