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Gas Price Drops 27 Cents in Past 3 Weeks

Shutterstock By David Henry The average price of a gallon of gasoline in the United States fell 27 cents in the past three weeks as refiners and retailers gave up some of their profits margins to sell more fuel, according to the Lundberg survey released Sunday. Regular grade gasoline fell to $2.44 a gallon in the Sept. Show More Summary

Whoa! Have You Seen the New Prius? The Redesign Was Unveiled Last Week, and It’s Now One Hot Looking Car. If You Haven’t Seen It, Check Out this Video

“Toyota’s new 2016 Prius was revealed at a splashy event in Las Vegas” last week, writes the Motley Fool. The story continues, “It’s expected to arrive at U.S. dealers early next year. But with gas prices in the U.S. stalled...

Crime and Consequences: Two Tennis Pros Pay Price For Match-Fixing Offenses

ATLANTA, GA - JULY 27: Rain puddles up near the net on stadium court during a rain delay in the BB&T Atlanta Open at Atlantic Station on July 27, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) Cheating in sports is notable at any level, but especially when it's [...]

$1.25 for a gallon of gas? It's possible

Would you like to pay around $1.25 for a gallon of gas? Sure you would. What's more, if trends in the commodities markets continue, you actually might. The price of crude oil prices has sunk from... To view the full story, click the title link.

Oil is Down, Not Out: BOEM Proposes 40-Million-Acre GOM Lease Sale

Despite the continued depressed price of oil and gas, the U.S.  Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) via Director Abigail Ross Hopper announced that BOEM will

Elderly Americans' Confidence Collapses To 11-Month Lows (As Middle-Aged Hope Surges)

Amid the turmoil of the markets, it appears that older Americans (those over 65 years old) are the most negatively affected as their "comfort" has collapsed to 11-month lows. Oddly, perhaps thanks to lower gas prices or simple Schdenfreude...Show More Summary

Could EOG Be A Potential Acquisition Target For Exxon Mobil?

Prolonged weakness in crude oil prices has pulled down the valuation of a majority of the oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) companies. As a result, the large integrated companies, who have been struggling to grow organically...Show More Summary

As Oil Prices Plunge, Big Oil Turns to Big Data

With plunging oil prices, large oil and gas companies are using big data to manage risks, cut costs and increase revenues, according to Lux Research. As hardware developers have brought a raft of new and existing sensor technologies to the industry, developers have more data to work with than ever. Oil and gas majors can […]

It’s oil over gas in possible merger between energy sector lobbying groups

Against the backdrop of a global slump in oil prices and a boom in American natural gas production, two energy sector lobbying groups may be set to merge, according to Politico. As a lobbying force, a merged American Petroleum Institute and America’s Natural Gas Alliance could jump to third-biggest spender in the oil and natural gas industry…

OK: On Board for Possible Commuter Rail

Sept. 08--August was a hot month and September isn't likely to cool off much as the city prepares for the Oct. 13 Norman Forward vote. Despite depressed oil and gas prices, Norman and Cleveland County have a lot happening from continued discuss

Picture of the day

On the way back from Kentucky over Labor Day weekend we stopped in Hampton, TN to take advantage of the $1.96/gal gas price. I'm not proud of this because I think the world would be a better place if gas taxes were higher. But, I'm not stupid either. The price...

Oil & Gas Leasing Activity in 2015: An Unconventional Update

It’s an interesting time to work in the oil and gas business. With oil prices hovering around 40% to 50% of their 2014 levels, operators are looking to cut activity. As a company that monitors oil and gas lease production throughout the United States, Drillinginfo expected to see similar declines [...]

Thanks to cheap gasoline, Americans are smoking more premium cigarettes

With the precipitous drop in oil and gas prices that began last year, economists expected consumers' savings at the pump to increase their spending habits. This jump has yet to materialize in a big way, but one industry does seem toShow More Summary

U.S. Gas Prices Could Stay Low for the Time Being

A gallon of gas on Labor Day 2015 was 95 cents lower on average than the same gallon a year ago

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(Hotel | GA, USA) Hotel | GA, USA Categories: Hotels & Lodging Money Tourists/Travel Tags: Hotel Hotel | GA, USA(I am a hotel concierge, and a few customers are talking about the prices of late-night ghost tours of the city.) Customer:...Show More Summary

Labor Day Weekend Gas Prices Lowest in 11 Years

On Labor Day past year, the price was $3.84 a gallon. Low gas prices and a fair forecast for weather could mean this is the busiest Labor Day weekend in more than five years. “While the national average gas price is $1 or more below most Southern California areas, local prices are dropping at a

MRs: Labor Day gas prices at ’04 level; Sanders surge; Hillary’s refugee problem

Sanders opens new lead in NH poll European refugee crisis a possible problem for Clinton Labor Day gas prices at 2004 level Georgia has low share of federal spending Rents are rising while public housing dwindles Georgia among worst states in the nation for drivers Solar power ramping up, but growth could stall out Bicycle […]

Pump Prices Low for Labor Day Weekend

Gas prices have been continuing to fall throughout Southern California, with more stations posting prices below $3 a gallon. According to NBC News, these are the lowest gas prices we’ve seen on Labor Day weekend since 2004, and that might spike spending in other areas, like restaurants and tourist attractions. “Thirty-five-point-five million Americans will journey

For Labor Day Drivers, Lowest Gasoline Prices in 11 Years

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The national average price for regular gas was $2.42 a gallon on Friday, 9 cents less than a week ago and $1.01 less than last year, the AAA motor club said.

Why This Could Be Your Best Labor Day in 11 Years

Good news, holiday travelers: While you're stuck in Labor Day traffic, you'll be spending less on gas than you have since 2004, the New York Times reports. Yesterday, the national average gas price was $2.42 per gallon. That's nine cents less than last week and more than $1 less...

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