Steve Hargreaves money.cnn.com August 7, 2012
Gas prices continued their slow but steady march higher Tuesday, surpassing a nationwide average of $3.63 cents a gallon on the back of refinery problems in the United States and higher crude oil prices globally.
Nationwide average gasoline prices are now 30 cents higher than they were just five
NEW YORK (AP) — More Americans will hit the road this holiday weekend than a year ago. And they’ll have a bit more money to spend thanks to lower gas prices.
Memorial Day kicks off the summer travel season, and since pump prices never reached $4 or $5 a gallon, as feared, economists says
NEW YORK — U.S. drivers will pay an average of 24 cents more per gallon for gasoline during this summer’s travel season, the government said Tuesday.
Gasoline will cost an average of $3.95 per gallon through September, an increase of 6.3% from the same period last year, the Energy Information Administration predicted. The peak should
Gasoline prices rose again Friday and are now averaging more than $4 in six states and Washington, D.C. Oil had its biggest gain in three weeks and natural gas prices also rose.
Retail gasoline prices were up a penny on Friday to a national average of $3.831 per gallon, according to AAA, Wright Express and
If you dumped your old Hummer for a Scion IQ, you’re in luck. For the rest of us, the news that Iran will cut exports to Britain and France, has made that summer road trip a lot less enticing.
In a reaction to the news, the price for crude oil jumped nearly 2 percent to $105.08 for
By Ronald D. WhiteFebruary 17, 2012, 12:31 p.m.
Just in time for Presidents Day: get ready for the long holiday weekend’s highest prices ever in Southern California as $4 gasoline is expected to arrive in Los Angeles, Long Beach, and probably Orange County, too.
That’s what energy analysts are predicting as the average price of
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By ALAN FARNHAM Feb. 13, 2012
Gasoline prices could soon hit $4 a gallon, a threshold they haven’t flirted with since last spring.
The average price paid by U.S. drivers for a gallon of regular now stands at $3.52, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, which released
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — The former president of Shell Oil, John Hofmeister, says Americans could be paying $5 for a gallon of gasoline by 2012.
In an interview with Platt’s Energy Week television, Hofmeister predicted gasoline prices will spike as the global demand for oil increases.
“I’m predicting actually the worst outcome over the
Gasoline will hit $4 a gallon in the coming months due to seasonal factors, but some portions of the country could see chaotic spikes much higher, says Tom Kloza, chief analyst for the Oil Price Information Service.
Regular unleaded gasoline now averages $3.48 a gallon, up from $3.12 a year ago and $2.67
It’s been 30 years since gasoline took such a big bite out of the family budget.
When the gifts from Grandma are unloaded and holiday travel is over, the typical American household will have spent $4,155 filling up this year, a record. That is 8.4 percent of what the median family takes
By Ronald D. White, Los Angeles Times
November 8, 2011
If you think gasoline is expensive now, just wait until next year: A combination of growing global demand and rising U.S. fuel exports could send gasoline prices to record highs in 2012, analysts say.
Those factors have been pushing pump prices
Prices updated as of 7/18/2011 3:05:06 AM
Regular Mid Premium Diesel 85 **E85 MPG/BTU adjusted price Current Avg. $3.676 $3.800 $3.925 $3.942 $3.210 $4.224 Yesterday Avg. $3.676 $3.799 $3.926 $3.942 $3.209 $4.223 Week Ago Avg. $3.631 $3.759 $3.885 $3.914 $3.178 $4.182 Month Ago Avg. $3.663 $3.802 $3.932 $3.979 $3.199 $4.210 Year Ago Avg.
As gas prices hover near $4 a gallon, nearly seven in 10 Americans say the high cost of fuel is causing financial hardship for their families, a new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds.
More than half say they have made major changes to compensate for the higher prices, ranging from shorter trips to cutting back on