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Fuel Freedom is a non-profit with a simple mission: break America's oil addiction by bringing competition to the U.S. transportation fuel market.
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Will Tesla ever make a cheap version of the Model 3?/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Building cars is hard. Building an affordable electric car is exceedingly hard.
America’s oil imports are higher than you think/in Economy, Featured, National Security, Over a Barrel Blog, World gsitty /by Gal Sitty
It seems like every day there’s a new headline about the dominance of America’s petroleum sector.
Gas prices are rising again—what can we do?/in Economy, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
As we’ve been warning would happen for a while now, oil prices are rising again. Oil prices have already reached $80 per barrel, and look unlikely to stop increasing anytime soon.
In a divisive fuel economy debate, there’s agreement on need for higher octane/in Over a Barrel Blog, Policy Cafe lhall /by Landon Hall
The nation’s fuel economy standards have been the subject of heated debate, in Washington and beyond. There’s one element of the discussion that has bridged the political divide, however: the potential for higher-octane fuels to satisfy the interested parties, not to mention benefit the country in a variety of ways.
‘Ready Player One’ envisions a world without oil/in Environment, Over a Barrel Blog staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
Imagine a world where a global energy crisis has left us without cars to drive. Motor vehicles sit abandoned in junk piles, and on the sides of roads, because there is no more oil left to fuel them.
As we approach 10th anniversary of $147 oil, could it happen again?/in National Security, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
The price of oil reached a record high of $147 on July 11, 2008. Could such a sharp, unexpected spike occur again?
Magical thinking drives optimism about EV adoption/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
We keep waiting for that moment when the public goes from admiring electric vehicles to purchasing them in large numbers.
Alternative fuels vs. oil: Which is cheaper?/in Economy, Featured, Over a Barrel Blog ntaft, staff /by Fuel Freedom Staff
Something we hear a lot is “It’d be nice if America could use more alternative fuels that are cleaner and American-made, but they’re just not affordable compared to oil.” It’s time to put that myth to bed.
Meet the top 10 coolest flex-fuel vehicles for 2018/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
The flex-fuel movement really began with the 1994 Ford Taurus, whose on-board computer told the engine how to distinguish between gasoline and higher ethanol blends. Pretty cool, right? Except for the part about it being a Taurus.
We hit the road to see the future of cars, and we’ve got photos/in Economy, Over a Barrel Blog lhall /by Landon Hall
Some of the brightest minds, and best ideas, come from the world of automotive design. We traveled to three mega-shows recently to seek out the coolest concept cars, and hear experts pontificate about how we’ll be moving in the decades to come.