If you look around your neighborhood, you will probably find that people who are buying premium gas are getting hosed at the pump.
Archive for month: March, 2016
Oil markets seem to have stabilized on the back of reports that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC producers (read Russia) are trying to get an agreement in place to stabilize markets.
CAFE standards are under attack by the media. Check out the title of an article in Newsday I found this morning: Highway death tolls will skyrocket as 54.5 mpg standard takes effect. That would get anyone’s attention, right?
A morning run can be the perfect way to overcome jet lag, but usually not when it’s through the choking haze of auto exhaust and industrial discharge.
Authorities have banned more than 1 million cars from the roads and offered free subway and bus rides to coax people from their vehicles as Mexico City’s first air pollution alert in 11 years stretched into a third day.
Last week, Oregon became the first US state to legislate its way free of coal for good.
The 21st century version of the American gold rush is coming to a swift end.
Fuel Economy Detroit by Automotive Megatrends kicked off with a panel discussion between senior experts from across the industry. A large part of the focus fell on issues that negatively impacting fuel economy in the US, namely low oil prices and the popularity of SUVs and CUVs.
Roughly a year ago, the International Energy Agency announced a wonky yet nonetheless significant development.
By now we’ve all seen the headlines: “Oil crashes below $27 a barrel,” “Oil prices likely to remain low 3-5 years” and “U.S. oil bankruptcies spike 379%.” At first, these headlines seemed a little “distant” to me.