Prices rose more than a dime-per-gallon Tuesday as the hurricane slammed the Gulf of Mexico.
Crude oil, which accounts for 2/3 of fuel price, now below $80/gallon.
Many stand accused, including oil companies, the president, Congress, speculators on Wall Street and worries that the earth is running out of oil.
Knocking on the door of $4 per gallon average.
Promises to put more Americans to work, lower gas prices by drilling more.
Local fuel prices in rare place — higher than national average.
Gas station owners fight back with cameras, pre-pay pumps.
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency has accepted the industry’s research into whether a 15 percent ethanol blend has any ill effects on public or environmental health.
Consumers may see the highest ever recorded prices at the pump, with most areas seeing close to $5 a gallon before years end.
“We’ve seen a dramatic drop over the past several days and I would expect it to continue. I think finally U.S. drivers are going to get a break.”
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