Letter to Codolleezza Rice by members of Committee on government Reform, Committee on Energy and Commerce Congress of the United States, House of Representatives 1. As of October 19. 2003, Halliburton had imported 61,304,091 gallons of gasoline from Kuwait into Iraq. Halliburton has been paid $162,503,305 for this gasoline for an average price of $2.65 per gallon. 2. The $2.65 per gallon price is grossly excessive. ... estimated price to buy gasoline in the region 71 cents per gallon., and estimated transportation costs at 24 cents for about 96 cents. 3. The Iraqi oil company SOMO, is currently paying just 97 cents per gallon to import gasoline from Kuwait to Iraq. Even Halliburton has charged only $1.22 per gallon to import gasoline from Turkey into Iraq. 4. The gasoline imported from Kuwait is sold inside Iraq for just 4 to 15 cents per gallon.. http://www.house.gov/reform/min/pdfs_108/pdf_inves/pdf_admin_halliburton_contract_oct_29_let.pdf Our tax money at work to fill special interest groups pockets. Chenney/HAL connection keeps on paying off. War one of the best business around. Who's gonna stop us??