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Not all oils are the same

Not all oils are the same

By Dan McTeague | April 28, 2017

It’s quite often assumed that all oil is the same. Sure, some are heavy, while others are considered light. But what accounts for the difference…and does it matter? Known as API gravity and derived from the American Petroleum Institute formulation,…

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Canada’s evolving petroleum landscape

Canada’s evolving petroleum landscape

By Dan McTeague | April 21, 2017

With oil grabbing the bulk of attention as OPEC wrestles with supply cuts and the U.S. pushes ahead with shale oil growth, less attention seems to be given to the dramatic changes taking place north of the border in Canada. The past recent months have seen…

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Higher Gasoline Prices Across North America This Summer

Higher Gasoline Prices Across North America This Summer

By Dan McTeague | April 14, 2017

It’s a trend noted well here at GasBuddy: Gasoline prices are moving upwards with the onset of warmer weather. This comes as little surprise since semi-annual refinery maintenance and the switchover to summer-blended gasoline is more expensive to produce…

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Will slowing auto sales reduce fuel demand?

Will slowing auto sales reduce fuel demand?

By Dan McTeague | April 7, 2017

Whether it’s saturation or just good marketing, the sales of new vehicles have declined in March for the first time in two years and it has some pondering its effect on the wider economy, including jobs and fuel consumption. 2016 was the best year for vehicle…

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