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Study Finds Gasoline is More Important Than Healthcare for Americans

Study Finds Gasoline is More Important Than Healthcare for Americans

By GasBuddy | February 12, 2019

Americans collectively spent $388 billion on gasoline in 2018, averaging to 34 million fill-ups a day. Our 2019 Consumer Sentiment on Gasoline Study that finds that the necessity, perception, and price of gasoline adversely impacts Americans across all age…

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Shop for your Honey AND Earn Gas Money

Shop for your Honey AND Earn Gas Money

By GasBuddy | February 7, 2019

Love is in the air this month, and that means getting a gift for your special someone. Deciding on what to get can be difficult, but with the GasBuddy app’s new Savings feature, you can shop at your favorite brands and get rewarded with some free gas money.…

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U.S. gas prices continue inching higher, $1.99 prices disappearing

U.S. gas prices continue inching higher, $1.99 prices disappearing

By GasBuddy | February 18, 2019

The national average price of gasoline has increased 3 cents per gallon to $2.31 per gallon in the last week.

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Energy View: Friday February 15

Energy View: Friday February 15

By Dan McTeague | February 15, 2019

Markets moved confidently again for a third straight day as WTI gained 51 cents a barrel to reach $54.41 and its European counterpart, Dated Brent, advanced 96 cents to end the trading session at $64.57 a barrel.

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Energy View: Thursday February 14

Energy View: Thursday February 14

By Dan McTeague | February 14, 2019

Petroleum markets turned in a solid performance yesterday as green became a familiar color on trading screens with WTI picking up 80 cents to end the day at $53.90 a barrel and Dated Brent rising $1.21 to $63.61.

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Refinery Maintenance Season Begins, Utilization Plummets

Refinery Maintenance Season Begins, Utilization Plummets

By Patrick DeHaan | February 13, 2019

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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