Category: Gasoline

Oil ends the year below $99 a barrel

A stronger dollar has been keeping a cap on oil prices.  More »

This year’s gas prices cheapest since 2010

American drivers paid less at the pump in 2013 than in the two previous years, a relief after record high pump prices, AAA said in a report Tuesday.  More »

Gasoline prices to rise for New Year’s holiday travelers

But looking ahead to 2014 expect lower average gas prices, with the average price in the U.S. next year fall by about 10 cents a gallon from 2013’s average, analysts project.  More »

Crude oil settles below $100 in thin trading

Benchmark U.S. crude ended the day down $1.03, closing at $99.29.  More »

Crude oil settles above $100 a barrel

It the first time oil crossed that threshold since October.  More »

Shale boom to push pump prices down next year

Barring bad weather and major disruptions in the global oil supply, market forces may curb unbridled U.S. gasoline prices next year more than any year since the country emerged from economic recession.  More »

Retail gasoline prices up slightly across Texas

Retail gasoline prices across Texas have risen slightly as drivers take to the roads for the holiday season.  More »

Oil slips below $99 a barrel; pump price rises

Last week, oil rose nearly 3 percent.  More »

Oil rises on improved U.S. economic growth

Benchmark U.S. oil rose 28 cents to close at $99.32.  More »

Venezuela’s president calls for higher gas prices

The price of the world’s cheapest gasoline will start to nudge higher for the first time years if Venezuela’s president has his way — and he usually does.  More »

Gasoline prices to plummet as supply swells

U.S. gasoline pump prices are poised to reach their lowest level this year as supply expands to a two-decade seasonal high and winter curbs demand.  More »

Oil gains after Fed decision, drop in supplies

Benchmark U.S. crude for January delivery gained 58 cents to $97.80 a barrel.  More »