Fuels Analysis

Fuels analysis from industry experts

Pump prices are up, but the impetus is waning

CAMARILLO, Calif. -- The U.S. average retail price of regular-grade gasoline increased another 5.69 cents in the past two weeks, and now sits at $3.2722 per gallon. This is just 60 cents above its bottom point on Feb. 19, according to the most recent Lundberg Survey of approximately 2,500 U.S. gas...

Analysis shows how higher pump prices can tip the math

Weak start to the quarter likely to strengthen into summer

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- For fuel retailers hoping to make money, the second quarter of 2016 is off to a weak start. Retail gasoline margins in April were about 7% below the three-year average for the month, or off about 15 cents per gallon (CPG), according to the latest Convenience Store Grab-N-Go...

Consumers paying nearly 55 CPG more than 13 weeks ago
Lowest gas prices in more than a decade to boost holiday road trips: AAA
Study determines how consumers can take advantage of pricing cyclicality
United States to see lowest gasoline prices in more than a decade: GasBuddy
Pump-price surge may be ending
Prices jump 13 CPG or more in some states due to slowing oil production
Positive change hinges on what we don't know about fuel.