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Mexico fuel deregulation pushes drivers across border for cheaper gas

CALEXICO, Calif. -- Mexico’s deregulation of its fuel market is providing a jolt of business for U.S. retailers in border towns. In January, Mexico ended price controls on fuel as part of a deregulation of its fuel market, which the government had controlled since the late 1930s. The move,...

Despite three months of increases, most fuel consumers feeling bullish

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Gas prices are up, but so far, fuel consumers aren’t letting that get them down. According to the most recent Consumer Fuels survey by NACS, 57% of consumers said they were feeling optimistic about the economy. This is the third month in a row that a majority of fuel consumers...

As more chains introduce ethanol blend, usage figures grow

WASHINGTON -- E15 has reached a big usage milestone: American consumers have driven more than 500 million miles on the 15% ethanol blend with gasoline. That estimate from Growth Energy , an ethanol industry trade group, is based on sales and consumption data reported by major fuel retailers and...

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