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Shell Gas Stations Turn To Hot Dogs For Financial Comfort As The Price Of Fuel Drops

I’m no stranger to falling into the loving embrace of encased meats, but who knew that gas stations are also seeking comfort from hot dogs these days? While it’s good news for drivers that gas costs less, for oil companies those cheaper prices at the pump means sales that slump (sorry sorry I had to). Royal Dutch Shell is betting … [More]

Now is the Time to Buy These 3 High-Yielding Oil Investments

Oil prices have crashed to levels not seen in five and half years. Learn why now might be the perfect time to invest in quality oil and gas producers with sky-high yields.

Brazil sours on Dilma Rousseff, just weeks after her reelection

Rising gas prices and the selection of a more fiscally austere economic team have Brazilians facing a period of difficult adjustment after the reelection of President Dilma Rousseff.

Sen. Sanders and energy prices

A question for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): “Is it your position that market forces are the primary reason that oil and gas prices fall, but speculation and energy market manipulation are the primary reasons that oil and gas prices rise?” [Mark Perry, AEI] Tweet Tags: oil industry, Vermont Sen. Show More Summary

Set a Fixed Gas Budget and Save the Excess When Prices Go Down

Gas is a difficult expense to budget for since its price fluctuates often. To make your budget more stable (and save some cash along the way), make gas a set expense. When the actual cost is lower than that, save the rest. Read more...

Don't Be Swayed By Cheap Premium Gas

With gas prices at a five-year low and regular unleaded gasoline selling for less than $2 a gallon in some areas, it might be tempting to treat your car's engine to a tankful of premium gas — even though it's...

Cheap Gas Got You Thinking About That Suburban? Think Again

People filling up their cars lately have seen the price of gasoline drop below $3 a gallon, and there are indications we might be heading closer to $2 a gallon nationally some time next year. Americans with big-car lust might be thinking at this point, "Woo-hoo! Time to buy that Chevy Suburban." Think again. We've been down this bumpy road before. Show More Summary

Report: Analyst slashes Tesla sales forecast by 40% due to fuel prices

While falling gas prices are cause for celebration among Americans, many of whom are seeing their budget for Christmas presents burgeon on account of the cheap fuel, it's decidedly bad news for Tesla Motors. The electric car manufacturer's...Show More Summary

Cheap gas makes suburban houses more valuable

It’s no mystery why high gas prices can influence where people live. The more gas costs, the less consumers want to drive. That may explain why five percent of people who moved between 2012 and 2013 said they did so to get closer to work or cut down on commuting hassles. Now, there are studies […]

Hot Dog Sales Are Bringing in Billions for Gas Stations

With the price of oil at a low point, gas stations are looking at food sales to bump up their bottom line. Dinner at the pump is more common than you might think: Shell gas station's hottest commodity isn't gasoline but its selection...Show More Summary

CA: Cheap Gas is Not Good News for Those Who Worry About Climate Change

It seems as though low gas prices should be good news. When the cost of a gallon of gas dips well below $3 in most of the country, everybody smiles, right?

Gas Prices Will Spike in California Jan. 1 Due to Cap-and-Trade

California’s cap-and-trade program will cause the cost of gasoline to skyrocket after New Year’s Day, reports CBS Los Angeles. The price hikes may come as a shock to drivers, as Americans in the rest of the country will likely continue to enjoy falling fuel prices in the near future. Show More Summary

Lower Oil Prices Make Consumers Smile But Not Everyone Benefits

Consumers may be smiling at the gas pumps these days but will the U.S. economy ultimately suffer? With oil prices below $56 a barrel, drivers are happy but American oil producers and states whose economies depend on the production of oil may be headed for hard times, according to Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead. Show More Summary

Gas Prices Plunge. Will Airfare Get Cheap?

A major cost for airlines has dropped. Will flyers reap the rewards?

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