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Crude Topping $50 Could Mark Oil Tipping Point

Crude Topping $50 Could Mark Oil Tipping Point

Analysts contend that the crude oil supply-and-demand imbalance will be righted just as soon as the price climbs high enough to compel U.S. shale-oil drillers to again ramp up production.

May 27, 2016

Average Diesel, Gasoline Costs Expected to Remain Low
Diesel, Gasoline Prices Forecast to Remain Low into Next Year
Oil Price Volatility Makes Case For NGVs

Oil Price Volatility Makes Case For NGVs

With the price of oil being highly unpredictable it only makes sense for commercial and government fleets to choose natural gas-powered vehicles, according to NGVAmerica President Matt Godlewski.

February 2, 2015

Gas Prices Rose at Fastest Rate in Five Months in July and Could Rise Throughout August
Gas Prices Jump Again in Midwestern States

Gas Prices Jump Again in Midwestern States

The national average price for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline was $3.61 on Monday, July 15, according to AAA’s latest Fuel Gauge Report. This price is up 14 cents over last week and is 22 cents higher than on the same day last year.

July 18, 2013

Gas Prices Falling in Great Lakes States

Gas Prices Falling in Great Lakes States

The national average gasoline price on Monday of this week was $3.61 for a gallon of regular, unleaded gasoline, according to AAA’s most recent Fuel Gauge Report. This price is down 2 cents from last week but up 10 cents compared to the same day last year.

June 20, 2013

Gas Prices Stay Steady Across U.S., Still High in Great Lakes States

Gas Prices Stay Steady Across U.S., Still High in Great Lakes States

AAA’s latest Fuel Gauge Report shows little movement since last week in the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline, nearly unchanged at $3.62 on June 3. This price is still 10 cents more than it was a month ago, and three cents higher than it was on June 3 last year.

June 4, 2013

Gas Prices in Midwest Rise Dramatically Since Beginning of May

Gas Prices in Midwest Rise Dramatically Since Beginning of May

In the Midwest and on the West Coast, prices have increased the most. In Minnesota, the average price has risen 68 cents during the last two weeks (May 6 to May 20) and it's up 63 cents in North Dakota during this period, for example.

May 23, 2013

Gas Prices Falling Due to Lower Oil Prices and Demand, and Completed Refinery Maintenance
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