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Oil Price Explosion – Brent Crude Jumps 20%

Oil Price Explosion – Brent Crude Jumps 20%

Brent crude rocketed on Sunday…

Energy / Gas Prices

Rising Gas Prices and Political Scapegoats

Rising Gas Prices and Political Scapegoats

Apr 26, 2011 at 09:19 | Robert Rapier

Summer is approaching, and that typically means rising gas prices. And when gas prices rise, our political leaders generally start looking around for someone to blame. Over the past few…

Gasoline Prices and the Oil Supply Problem

Gasoline Prices and the Oil Supply Problem

Apr 15, 2011 at 09:09 | Dave Summers

I paid $50 to fill my tank at a gas station in Maine this morning, at a cost of almost $4 a gallon. When the Actress muttered some comment of…

Pinched By $4 Gasoline? Blame The Big Banks

Pinched By $4 Gasoline? Blame The Big Banks

Apr 07, 2011 at 07:05 | Dian L. Chu

Yes, that's right!  The same Big Banks that taxpayers bailed out during the financial crisis are now jacking up oil and gasoline prices (Fig. 1), thus making consumers pay yet…

What is Really Driving Gas Prices up? And What Can be Done About it?

What is Really Driving Gas Prices up? And What Can be Done About it?

Mar 31, 2011 at 05:05 | Robert Rapier

This past week I had an article published in the Washington Post called Five Myths about Gas Prices. I will discuss each particular myth in detail below, but the…

Floating Crude and Shipping Rates Could Trigger $4 Gas

Floating Crude and Shipping Rates Could Trigger $4 Gas

Feb 23, 2011 at 07:28 | Bruce Krasting

Is $4 Gas in the Next few Months a Foregone Conclusion For years there has been a large supply of crude floating on big oil tankers. A significant portion of…

Gas Prices Hit Record Levels for February

Gas Prices Hit Record Levels for February

Feb 15, 2011 at 08:02 | Business Insider

U.S. gasoline prices have jumped to the highest levels ever for the middle of February. The national average hit $3.127 per gallon on Friday, about 50 cents above a year…

How much are gasoline prices weighing on consumers?

How much are gasoline prices weighing on consumers?

Jan 19, 2011 at 12:37 | James Hamilton

On Friday Reuters reported: Rising gasoline prices beat down U.S. consumer sentiment in early January, overshadowing an improved job outlook and passage of temporary federal tax breaks, a survey…

Why Qatar is a Threat to Natural Gas Prices

Why Qatar is a Threat to Natural Gas Prices

Nov 25, 2010 at 11:32 | Dave Forest

The world is seeing an unprecedented build-out in liquified natural gas (LNG) capacity. Look at the chart below, from energy advisors Point Carbon. In 2009, worldwide LNG export capacity rose…

Gas Producers Go to the Dark Side

Gas Producers Go to the Dark Side

Apr 06, 2010 at 19:00 | Dave Forest

It's finally happening. Gas producers are starting to crack. With the natural gas to oil price ratio running at a nearly-unprecedented 21-to-1 ($86.80 per barrel for crude versus $4.12 per…

Shell's China Connection Grows Stronger with Another New Gas Venture

Shell's China Connection Grows Stronger with Another New Gas Venture

Mar 25, 2010 at 15:27 | Darrell Delamaide

Royal Dutch Shell further intensified its relationship with China in a new 30-year accord to appraise and develop tight gas reserves in the Sichuan basin. The new project in the…

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