Christian Science Monitor - Aug 8, 2012
Rising prices at the pump may have some political ramifications, as Americans grouse over their rising fuel bills. Earlier this year, the oil industry and congressional Republicans criticized President Obama for rejecting the Keystone XL natural-gas pipeline ...
Equities.com - 18 hours ago
Regrettably we will bear the unintended consequence of higher gas prices as our Dollar is devalued on the global market and our refineries find it more profitable to ship finished petroleum products overseas, rather than sell them on the domestic market.
Los Angeles Daily News - 18 hours ago
LOS ANGELES - The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles County rose 5.6 cents today to $3.956, the largest daily increase since May 12, in the aftermath of a Northern California refinery fire expected to reduce the supply of ...
The Moral Liberal - 19 hours ago
If the President truly wanted to lower gas prices, he would work to increase supply. But when given the opportunity, he has done the opposite. He turned down the Keystone XL pipeline, which would bring up to 830000 barrels of oil per day from Canada.