Skip to main content

Energy Tomorrow Blog

Gasoline Prices and Real Help for Consumers

access  energy  gasoline  regulation  Energy 101  Jobs and Economy  gas prices  fuel prices  Onshore Oil Production  Onshore Gas Production 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted May 23, 2013

Gasoline prices have been rising with the approach of the summer driving season – up to about $3.66, according to AAA – pushed there by rising crude oil prices. U.S. consumers need help. And they could get it – if the administration pursued a number of energy policies to put downward pressure on global crude costs, while abandoning other choices that could harm consumers.

API Chief Economist John Felmy’s reporter briefing Thursday focused attention on two paths: one that will increase domestic production of oil and natural gas and one that won’t. Unfortunately, the administration – via proposals to increase energy taxes and a new wave of questionable regulation – looks headed down the wrong path, a recipe for disaster for American energy:

More »

The Price of Fuel and Ill-Conceived Policies

crude oil  department of the interior  diesel  diesel fuel  domestic energy  energy policy  fuel  fuel prices  gas prices  gasoline  gasoline prices  gulf of mexico  moratorium  offshore drilling moratorium  oil demand  prices  ulsd  ultra-low sulfur diesel 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 30, 2010

Gasoline prices rose to their highest level in the past two years yesterday. According to AAA, the average price of gasoline climbed one penny Dec. 29 to $3.071 per gallon. This is the highest level since October 15, 2008, when the average price of gasoline reached $3.084. 

More »

EIA: U.S. Fuel Price Predictions

crude oil  energy information administration  energy prices  fuel prices  gas prices  gasoline prices  heating oil  oil prices  opec  prices  heating fuels 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted December 7, 2010

Energy prices are on the minds of many Americans today. As we've reported, gasoline prices have increased recently, and now an Arctic air mass is bringing unusually cold temperature to the East Coast, from Maine to Florida, increasing the demand for heating fuels. If you're wondering how the weather and other factors might influence the price of fuels in the next few weeks, here's some information that might be helpful. 

More »

Weak Economy, Weak Gasoline Demand

crude  demand  domestic energy  fuel  prices  domestic petroleum deliveries  gasoline demand  imports 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted August 20, 2010

The faltering economy appears to be a primary reason for a slight drop in U.S. gasoline demand. According to API's Monthly Statistical Report issued this morning, U.S. gasoline deliveries (a measure of demand) fell by 0.03 percent in July as compared to the same period a year ago. Except for 2008, it was the lowest July gasoline demand figure since 2003.

More »

Gasoline Demand Dips in May

diesel fuel  gasoline prices  gasoline production  prices  api monthly statistics report  diesel fuel prices 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted June 18, 2010

May 2010 gasoline deliveries (an indication of demand) fell 0.4 percent from the same month last year to an average of 9.05 barrels per day. API's Monthly Statistical Report says this was the lowest level for May since 2003. 

More »