Fuel prices had a bumpy week, opening the week at $46.28/bbl on Monday, rising as high as $47.32 on Wednesday, and falling to open on Friday at just $45.35, ending the week in the red. Markets are falling rapidly on Friday morning, and have reached lows of $44.05 as of the time of writing. After[…]
Crude prices are currently $45.88/bbl this morning, down 2.5% from yesterday’s opening price of $47.04/bbl. Yesterday’s price movement ended the 8-day streak of rising prices. Prices opened this morning at $45.65/bbl, slightly higher than yesterday’s close of $45.13/bbl.
Editor’s Note: Renewable energy has demonstrated impressive growth in recent years; however, renewables still have a long way to grow before they can rival fossil fuels. Renewable energy providing electricity is still unreliable – since weather is unpredictable, fossil fuels must continue providing[…]
After rising to over $47 on Monday, crude prices have fallen back to $46.55 this morning. Last Friday, crude prices rose over a dollar, from an opening price of $44.89 to a close of $46.04. Monday continued the gains, and prices closed at $47.07. Today, prices are slipping lower on a lack of[…]
The EIA released its weekly data on diesel and gasoline retail prices for the week ended July 3, 2017. After a series of weekly price declines, crude prices pushed significantly higher last week, bringing mixed results for gasoline and diesel prices. For the current week, prices for diesel[…]
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