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Iranian protests against steep gasoline price hikes shows the government is struggling to balance its budget as oil exports decline.
On April 29 the national average gasoline price reached a new 2019 high of $2.97 per gallon—already matching last year's high—with a variety of factors expected to push prices even higher.
Given the gridlock in Congress, the state of the economy, and the challenges faced by the domestic oil industry, the proposal fails to meaningfully advance solutions to move the country away from oil.
A new startup is hoping that its system of on-demand gasoline delivery will ultimately make the process of obtaining fuel more convenient and efficient.
Low gasoline prices have pushed consumers towards SUVs and other large vehicles, but automakers aren't giving up on electric vehicles yet.
Even as low gas prices have pushed consumers towards light trucks and SUVs, automakers are putting a broader range of electric, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen vehicles on the showroom floor.
Energy policy has flown under the radar in the Republican presidential campaign—a fact that belies the range of critical energy issues that will be essential for the next President to address.
Much of the energy discussion surrounding the lifting of Iranian sanctions has focused on the effects on oil prices, but Iran’s gas potential could shake up global gas markets and provide robust economic benefits for the country.
A slight downtick in 2014 doesn't change the overall trend: In the past decade, spending on gasoline has risen disproportionately compared to average incomes and overall consumer spending.
Swings in gasoline prices appear to have an exaggerated impact on consumer behavior: car buyers always seem eager to believe that low gasoline prices are here to stay.