Monthly Archives: January 2012

In the Interest of Full Disclosure…

On Wednesday, January 5, the American Petroleum Institute hosted a luncheon/press conference in Washington, DC, to roll out its 2012 “State of American Energy” report. I was among a group of bloggers who were invited to attend as API’s guest. … Continue reading

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More Mush from the Times

In a New York Times editorial celebrating the recent demise of the ethanol subsidy, the Old Grey Lady once again descends into outright falsehood to malign the industry that liberals love to hate: Congress should now focus on the oil … Continue reading

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Gas Prices Reach New Highs as Gas Prices Hit Record Low

On an annual basis, retail gasoline prices hit an all-time high in 2011. The average price for all grades was $3.576 per gallon, vs $3.299 in 2008. Meanwhile, the shale gas revolution has set the stage for declining prices per … Continue reading

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Retail Gasoline Prices Reach All-Time High

On an annual basis, retail gasoline prices hit an all-time high in 2011. The average price for all grades was $3.576 per gallon, vs $3.299 in 2008.

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Natural Gas Absurdity Roundup

1. Despite a natural gas drilling moratorium in New York, that state’s Chemung and Broome Counties are feeling the economic lift from drilling next door in Pennsylvania. But to the New York Times, the ex-pat workers, largely from Texas, Oklahoma … Continue reading

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#1 U.S. export? Gasoline, diesel & jet fuel, believe it or not. #rsrh

In a first, gas and other fuels are top US export NEW YORK (AP) — For the first time, the top export of the United States, the world’s biggest gas guzzler, is — wait for it — fuel. Measured in … Continue reading

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