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PUMP, the movie that will change your attitude about fuel.
Giving drivers a choice of fuels will put more money in their pockets, create millions of jobs and protect the U.S. economy from oil shocks.
Giving drivers the fuel choice will reduce greenhouse-gas emissions and cut pollution that causes asthma and other illnesses.
Our addiction to oil sends billions of dollars overseas and forces our sons and daughters to fight in faraway places to secure the flow of oil.
Fuel choice will spur innovation and economic investment around the world, as well as promote democracy and equality in developing nations.
Fuel Freedom will reduce the cost of driving your car or truck by forcing gasoline to compete with other fuels. Competition will energize the economy, strengthen our national security, and reduce emissions that harm the environment and our health.
Economy, What's The Buzz

Ben Casselman: The conventional wisdom on oil is always wrong

This is something we knew already: Oil prices fluctuate. Like…
December 19, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Economy, What's The Buzz

Oil prices surge after taking a hit this week

We've heard a lot about psychology in oil prices lately. Some…
December 19, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Updates from Fuel Freedom, World

Meet the PUMP players: John Brackett, on a mission to convert gas-guzzling cars

John Brackett is one of the stars of the Fuel Freedom-produced…
December 19, 2014/by Landon Hall
Economy, What's The Buzz

Here’s why air fares aren’t going down, despite cheap fuel

Drivers are loving life whenever they fill up at the gas station.…
December 18, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
Featured, Updates from Fuel Freedom

Consider making Fuel Freedom part of your year-end giving

It's that time of the year, when we can look back on all we've…
December 18, 2014/by Landon Hall
Featured, Over a Barrel Blog

Four new anticipated novels about the decline of oil and gas prices

"We are drowning in information but starved for knowledge," said…
December 18, 2014/by Marshall Kaplan
Environment, What's The Buzz

New York state bans fracking, citing health concerns

New York state has banned hydraulic fracturing, the drilling…
December 17, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
What's The Buzz, World

More problems for Tesla: Analyst cuts sales forecast

Morgan Stanley auto analyst Adam Jonas has been bullish on Tesla…
December 17, 2014/by Fuel Freedom Staff
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