Fuels Analysis

Fuels analysis from industry experts
Gas prices

As pump prices edge up, retail profit still narrowing

CAMARILLO, Calif. -- The Feb. 24, 2017, national average pump price for regular grade was $2.3299, up 1.65 cents per gallon (CPG) from two weeks ago, according to the most recent Lundberg Survey of approximately 2,500 U.S. gas stations. The small rise came mostly from minor upticks in crude-oil and...


Columnist Joe Petrowski offers his fuel-based proposal to pay for much-needed repairs to U.S. roads, airports and more

Oil futures

How market sentiment can indicate future gas-price moves

Winter driving
As wholesale prices climb, retail margin gets slashed
Murphy USA gas station

Oil and RIN prices, and a new administration, make for an unpredictable 2017  

Fuel truck

Four retailers and wholesalers who are either doubling down on retail or fuel distribution

Man pumping gas

New Upside app with Google creds treats fuel customers like individuals to increase retailer profits

Mexican gas-price protests

Or what Mexico and New Jersey teach us about the art of fuel price increases

U.S. Border wall with Mexico

Retail prices for gasoline, diesel would see double-digit-CPG jumps, analyst Verleger says

BP signage

BP offers outlook for global fuels for next two decades