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How is it that gas prices can be so different block to block?

by Renata Sago Apr 29, 2019
Drivers know that gas prices can be kind of all over the map. It varies quite a bit by state. And sometimes you find notable differences between stations in the same confined area, even though most factors affecting cost such…
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OPEC fights falling prices with production cuts

by Justin Ho Dec 7, 2018
Analysts say OPEC's decision is less about raising prices, and more about stopping them from falling further.

New U.S. coal consumption figures show industry’s decline

by Kimberly Adams Dec 5, 2018
Economic forces will determine the future of coal, even if environmental regulations are loosened.
A piece of coal is held up at the Savage Energy Terminal on Aug. 26, 2016 in Price, Utah.
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OPEC set to meet with an eye on cutting oil production

by Jed Kim Dec 5, 2018
OPEC oil producing countries are scheduled to meet in Vienna on Thursday to discuss possible production cuts as a way to boost prices. Oil prices have been sliding in recent months. At the recent G-20 meeting, Russian and Saudi Arabian…

Qatar leaving OPEC to focus on natural gas

by Andy Uhler Dec 3, 2018
The Persian Gulf state of Qatar, one of the smallest members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, will leave the cartel in January after nearly six decades. Qatar said the move allows it to focus on its natural gas…

Oil prices slip, and their future is cloudy

by Scott Tong Nov 20, 2018
As stock prices fell today, so did the price of oil. The price of crude has dropped 30 percent since last month amid signs the world economy and oil demand are slowing down. And there’s plenty of oil about. Even…

This is the most expensive gas station in America

by Janet Nguyen Nov 20, 2018
Why would a station charge nearly $6 for a gallon of gas?
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Why do gas prices end in 9/10 of a cent?

by Tommy Andres Oct 11, 2018
...and everything else you've ever wondered about gas stations.
What's with the 9/10?
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BP's CEO outlines the issues surrounding the oil and gas industry

by David Brancaccio and Daniel Shin Oct 1, 2018
Bob Dudley on a volatile market, trade tensions and greener alternatives.
British energy giant BP CEO Bob Dudley addresses a keynote speech during the World Gas Conference in Paris on June 2, 2015. 
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Why high prices mean good news for U.S. oil

by , and Sep 25, 2018
Tight supply and healthy demand help, too.