gas prices

Gasoline prices have fallen sharply since summer, and the price has dropped below $3 a gallon in several states.
Gasoline prices averaged about $1.50 a gallon through the 1990s. Here is how those prices could come again.
Gas prices can take a large bite out of household budgets, particularly for low- and middle-income Americans.
While gasoline at $6 a gallon seemed impossible a year ago, another geopolitical flare-up easily could push prices to that level.
What is the real effect of the rise in gasoline and food prices on the American family?
The average price of a regular gallon of gasoline costs $5 or more in a number of states.
The average price for a gallon of regular gas in California has risen to more than $6, and there is unlikely to be any relief in the near future.
To the extent that America runs on gasoline, Americans face a difficult summer.
The Biden administration is considering releasing up to 180 million barrels of oil from the U.S. strategic reserve in an effort to reduce prices consumers are paying at the pump.
A 24/7 Wall St. analysis reveals that this Pacific coast state has the highest gasoline tax in America.
Oil prices continue their climb well above $100 a barrel. Fortunately, gasoline prices, already high, have held steady in the past several days.
Putin's war in Ukraine continues unabated as a first round of talks in Turkey results in no progress. Crude prices were rising and equity prices were sliding in early trading Thursday.
Crude oil prices have spiked, pump prices at U.S. gas stations are at 14-year highs and Ukraine continues to resist the Russian invaders. How long can the conflict go on?
Oil prices spiked as the war in Ukraine threatened to cut off the supply of crude, particularly from Russia, one of the largest producers in the world. WTI hit $96, up from a 52 week low of $57.25....
The war in Ukraine has sent oil prices above $100 a barrel for the first time since 2014. The price of a gallon of gasoline is bound to jump across the country.