They say "either pump it the day before or the day after"
Does anyone have any common logic? It will give them a surplus the day before or the day after which counteracts the day that no one is supposed to buy gas. Which means they will be able to use that money they earned the day before, or the money they earn the next day to support the day that we don't pump gas.
For this to be effective it at least needs to be a whole month. That would kill the oil company's if we had a whole month of no one in the US pumping gas. But lets get real that could never happen.