Fuels Analysis

Fuels analysis from industry experts

Prices jump 13 CPG or more in some states due to slowing oil production

BOSTON -- The national retail average price for gasoline has hit its highest point of 2016. According to Boston-based GasBuddy, the national average jumped 8.3 cents per gallon (CPG) from the week prior to hit $2.224 per gallon at the start of this week. Averages rose in all 50 states week over...

Positive change hinges on what we don't know about fuel

SAN FRANCISCO -- Listening to a group of more than 100 convenience-store retailers, automotive manufacturers, government leaders, equipment suppliers and other key players hash out the big issues of fuel is a true education. I had just that opportunity at the recent Fuels Institute Annual Meeting...

National average reaches lowest point in seven years as consumption jumps

WASHINGTON and BOSTON -- Despite gasoline demand hitting a record for March, average retail prices are still near a record low. The national average at the start of this week was $2.14 per gallon, which is 39 cents per gallon (CPG) lower than this time last year, and the lowest price for this date...

Pump prices still edging up
How shale oil production and turbocharged engines are affecting the price gap
Fat in January and February, profits slim down in March
Growing storage, refinery utilization help relieve retail increase
Gasoline market outjumps crude
Despite weekly, monthly increases, retail average posts big year-over-year discount
Average U.S. gas prices above $2 after climbing for 21 consecutive days

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