Holiday present: $3.15 a gallon gas by Christmas
Gasoline prices are likely to continue sliding for the rest of the year and by Christmas,could fall to $3.15 a gallon, the lowest national holiday season average average since 2010.
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#3 Oct 23, 2013
The question is "Why Still so high?"
United States Becomes World's Number-One Oil Supplier
In a watershed moment for the United States, it has now surpassed Saudi Arabia as the worlds largest supplier of oil.
According to PIRA, an energy analysis firm, the skyrocketing oil output over the last four years is the most dizzying ascent since Saudi Arabias from 1970-1974. Since 2009, U.S. oil output has climbed 3.2 million barrels per day (bpd). The total includes natural gas liquids and biofuels...
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