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Oil inventories plunge, stand 69 million barrels lower than March as production hits 2+ year high

Oil inventories plunge, stand 69 million barrels lower than March as production hits 2+ year high

By Patrick DeHaan | August 16, 2017

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its weekly report today on the status of petroleum inventories in the United States. Here are some highlights.

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Consumer

Traveling for the Eclipse? Our Tips & How Travel Stops Are Preparing

Traveling for the Eclipse? Our Tips & How Travel Stops Are Preparing

By Patrick DeHaan |

For the first time since 1979, Americans are gearing up for a total solar eclipse with some driving hundreds of miles to take in the scene. While travelers are busy packing up to hit the road, gas stations are gearing up to make sure their pumps and stores…

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Analyst

Gasoline Prices Level Out After Peaking, May Drift Lower

Gasoline Prices Level Out After Peaking, May Drift Lower

By Patrick DeHaan | August 14, 2017

Gasoline prices across the United States have started to drift lower after rising early last week, with the national average at $2.35 per gallon, the same as it was a week ago. Oil prices, however, saw little change last week until Friday, when they fell under…

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Crude Oil Inventories Plummet Again While Gasoline Sees Big Boost, Refinery Runs Hit New Record

Crude Oil Inventories Plummet Again While Gasoline Sees Big Boost, Refinery Runs Hit New Record

By Patrick DeHaan | August 9, 2017

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) released its weekly report today on the status of petroleum inventories in the United States. Here are some highlights: CRUDE INVENTORIES: Crude oil inventories decreased by 6.5 million barrels (MMbbl) to a total…

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