Category: ‘ Gasoline Prices ’

 

Could a refinery strike cause a gasoline price spike?

Three of the largest U.S. oil refineries went offline this week in the wake of a month-long labor dispute—the longest in over 35 years. More than 6,500 United Steelworkers Union (USW) members, representing 15 refineries, have ...

Heavy Duty Vehicle Fuel Economy Matters to All Americans

Earlier this year, President Obama announced a plan to bolster the fuel economy of the nation’s medium- and heavy-duty trucks. The new rules, to be prepared by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Tr...

Electric Vehicles: August 2014 Market Snapshot

This month, SAFE and the Electrification Coalition are excited to release our first monthly market snapshot, which covers the latest data on electric vehicle sales, charging infrastructure, fuel prices, and more. Click the infogra...

Rising Gasoline Costs Drive Demand for Public Transit

The American Public Transit Association’s (APTA) annual report, released yesterday, finds that use of public transit in the United States has reached its highest level since 1956. By the numbers: Public transit ridership is ...

Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National Goal (Part 2)

The following entry (part two of a two-part blog series) comes from David Steiner, president and chief executive officer of Waste Management. Mr. Steiner is a member of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council, and in this po...

DUPHASTON FOR SALE

Last week, analysis from the Financial Times spelled out some concerns about the cost dynamics underlying the shale boom. Specifically, the FT argued that in addition to the obvious factors that supported the shale oil and gas ...

BUY PONSTEL OVER THE COUNTER

This blog post is about the immediate impacts of the OPEC oil embargo on the American economy and energy security. Part One details the historical timeline leading up to the embargo. “With the price per barrel skyrocketin...
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