Monday, April 30, 2012

Gas prices

  • -- You wouldnt know it from campaign rhetoric, but gasoline prices have been trending down. Six months out, polls show the presidential race is very close and that the frail economy and jobs still top voter worry lists.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • U.S.
  • (The Business Journal)
  • Has the ever-rising natural gas output finally turned a corner in the U.S.? On Monday, the latest government data showed that gross natural-gas production in February fell 0.6% in the lower 48 U.S. states from a record high in January.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • Georgia motorists got some relief at the gas pumps in the past week as global demand fell and more gas price decreases could be on the way. Nationally, gas prices are down 5 cents to $2.81 a gallon.
  • (The Business Journal)
  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- North Carolinians are getting a break at the gas pump. AAA Carolinas reports that gas prices in the state on Monday finally dropped below what they were a year ago. The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline was about $3.
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  • OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Plunging natural gas prices are prompting some concern from state leaders as lawmakers continue discussions on cutting the states income tax and developing a budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.
  • (Yahoo Finance)
  • Gas prices in the Bay State dipped another 3 cents this week, the second consecutive week of decreases, according to AAA Southern New England. Self-serve, regular unleaded gas is now averaging $3.82 per gallon, 7 cents less over the last two weeks.
  • (Boston Herald)
  • Gas prices climbed an average of 4 cents per gallon in the Lansing area in the past week. Dearborn-based auto club AAA Michigan reported today the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline is at $3.86. That's up from $3.
  • (Lansing State Journal)
  • said the lowest U.S. natural-gas prices in a decade have created opportunities for further deals in the Eagle Ford region.
  • (Bloomberg)

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