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According to a Japanese news service, The Obama Administration will call for a release of strategic oil reserves (SPR) at the upcoming G8 summit. The expected request comes in advance...
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On March 5th, 68 Congressional Democrats sent a letter to regulators at the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) urging that the agency “immediately enact strong position limits to eliminate excessive...
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Full Title: Fuel Prices, New Vehicle Fuel Economy, and Implications for Attribute-Based Standards Author(s): Benjamin Leard, Joshua Linn, and Virginia McConnell Publisher(s): Resources for the Future (RFF) Publication Date: 02/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description...
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Full Title: How Much of an Increase in Home Energy and Gasoline Costs do People Think They Can Afford? Author(s): Energy Survey, University of Michigan Publisher(s): Energy Survey, University of Michigan Publication Date:...
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The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) has released a report titled “Keystone XL: A Tar Sands Pipeline to Increase Oil Prices,” arguing that the Keystone XL pipeline will increase gas...
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On Tuesday, President Obama outlined a package of efforts his administration is pursuing to ensure that energy traders are not responsible for “market manipulation” that drives up the cost of...
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Full Title:  Pain at the Pump: The Differential Effect of Gasoline Prices on New and Used Automobile Markets Author(s): Meghan R. Busse, Christopher R. Knittel and Florian Zettelmeyer Publisher(s): Energy Institute at...
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Full Title:  The American Energy Initiative: A Focus on Legislative Responses to Rising Gasoline Prices Publisher(s): House Energy and Commerce Committee Publication Date: 3/2012 Language: English Type: Video Length: 4:33:38 Hearing Notice: –>DOWNLOAD FILE<– Background Memo: –>DOWNLOAD...
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Full Title: What Drives U.S. Gasoline Prices? Author(s): U.S. Energy Information Administration Publisher(s): U.S. Energy Information Administration Publication Date: 10/2014 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): This analysis provides context for considering the impact of rising domestic...
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Some analysts have projected gasoline prices to go as high as $5/gallon over the coming months, noting a world-wide crunch of spare oil production capacity, rising demand from developing countries,...
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