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What’s Up With Gasoline Prices?

What's Up with Gasoline Prices?

The rise and fall in gasoline and diesel prices tracks changes in the cost of crude oil. Those changes are determined in the global crude oil market by the worldwide demand for and supply of crude oil. See the document below for detailed information.

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Gasoline Diesel and Crude Prices thumbnail

Changes in gasoline and diesel prices mirror
changes in crude oil prices

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Oil Prices Relate to Uncertain Factors - thumbnail

A host of factors, many of them uncertain, affect the price of crude oil and the products made from it

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World Liquid Fuel Consumption - thumbnail

World oil consumption is expected to grow as the global economy rebounds

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Growth in World Liquid Fuel Consumption - thumbnail

Growth in world oil consumption is expected to be concentrated in non-OECD countries

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OPEC Surplus Crude Oil Production Capacity - thumbnail

OPEC Surplus crude oil capacity is expected to increase

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Accumulating Risks - thumbnail

There are accumulating risks to the development of oil and natural gas

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SPR Storage Sites - thumbnail

The Strategic Petroleum Reserve: America's insurance policy in case of an oil supply disruption

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What Consumers are Paying - thumbnail

What Consumers are Paying for at the Gasoline Pump (as of Jan. 2014)

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One reason the price of gasoline can vary by state is the fact that the taxes often do (Data as of February 2014)

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earnings

Earnings: Keeping America going strong

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Who owns big oil

Who Owns "Big Oil"?

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EIA Price Forecast - thumbnail

Looking ahead: EIA's price forecast

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