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Veeder-Root offers solution for analog computers affected by high fuel prices

SIMSBURY, Conn. -- Veeder-Root is taking steps to help fuel site operators whose analog dispensers were not designed to handle the high gasoline and diesel prices now being experienced around the country. As retail fuel prices topped the $3 mark recently, many fuel retailers and commercial/...

Station raised price of unleaded fuel 70 cents per gallon, Fla. AG alleges

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida Attorney General Charlie Crist filed the state's first price gouging lawsuit on Friday as a result of Hurricane Katrina, alleging that a Tallahassee, Fla.-based Swifty Stars retail gas station raised its gasoline prices during a declared state of emergency and falsely...

EIA's This Week in Petroleum

WASHINGTON -- According to the Energy Information Administration's (EIA) weekly survey of retail gasoline prices, the U.S. average for regular gasoline rose 46 cents from the previous week to $3.07 per gallon on Labor Day, September 5, just a nickel shy of the inflation-adjusted record of $3.12...

Nassau County Executive Thomas R. Suozzi, the Nassau County Office of Consumer Affairs and the Long Island Gasoline Retailers Associations Inc. reached an accord.
Hotlines ring off hook, AGs investigate, industry cooperates
Pre-Katrina vs. post-Katrina Labor Day travel
DOE issues notice for 30 million bbl. of emergency crude; gas stockpile possible
Unbranded retailers hit worse, OPIS says; some stations run dry, CSP poll shows
AAA urges fuel efficiency, accurate mpg testing, uniform clean fuel standard
Will operate at zero gas, merchandise margin in response to disaster