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Did America Reach ‘Peak Car’ in 2005? “The driving boom is over.”

It’s not surprising that Americans started driving less after the 2008 recession. But interestingly, the downward trend in vehicle use has continued five years later. This has raised a lot of discussion about whether North America has reached “peak car.”
In his most recent… car sharing, cars, Efficiency, gas prices

Busting Big Oil Myths, Part IV: Gas Prices oil industry continues to spread misinformation about ethanol and other renewable fuels.

In its ongoing quest for repeal of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), the oil industry continues to spread misinformation about ethanol and other renewable fuels. In previous posts (here, here, andhere), I addressed three popular myths employed by Big Oil and its PR firms to confuse and cloud… Agriculture, Biofuels, Energy, Energy and Economy, Energy Security, Ethanol, fuels, gas prices, oil companies, Politics & Legislation, Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), renewable fuels, RFS and biofuels

The New Suburban Poor: More at Risk to Rising Gas Prices by authors Elizabeth Kneebone and Alan Berube of the Brookings Institution

A new book by authors Elizabeth Kneebone and Alan Berube of the Brookings Institution has highlighted an unexpected new trend in poverty in America today — the poor are moving to the suburbs. Enticed by more affordable housing, better schools, safer neighborhoods and new low-wage employment… automobiles, Brookings Institution, Energy and Economy, energy poverty, Environment, Finance, gas prices, Oil, Politics & Legislation, Risk to Rising Gas Prices, Suburban Poor, Transportation

Memorial Day Driving By The Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC] Gas prices are rising in the Midwest and spot crude oil prices for the West Texas Intermediate

Following CAP’s piece yesterday that details exactly what it means to use gasoline to travel this Memorial Day weekend, here is an infographic that shows the cost of Big Oil. Gas prices are rising in the Midwest and spot crude oil prices for the West Texas Intermediate benchmark is nearly… Carbon and De-carbonization, Crude oil prices, driving, energy facts, Environment, Environmental Policy, Finance, gas prices, Keystone XL, Memorial Day Driving, Midwest and spot, nfographic, Oil, Subsidies, Transportation, West Texas Intermediate

Gas prices headed for a record in North Dakota AAA spokesman Gene LaDoucer.

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Gasoline prices are on the rise and headed to a record in North Dakota.
The average price of gas in the state could reach $4.15 per gallon in the coming days, breaking the July 2008 record of $4.08, according to North Dakota AAA spokesman Gene LaDoucer.
Several… average price, gas prices, record in North Dakota

Lower Gas Prices, But for How Long? Higher oil prices new extraction techniques largely credited creating rash new oil fields

By now, who hasn’t heard about the oil boom in the United States? Higher oil prices and new extraction techniques are largely credited for creating a rash of new oil fields, resulting in domestic production soaring to levels that haven’t been seen in decades. In fact, many are attributing… credited creating rash, Energy and Economy, Energy Demand, Energy Security, Environment, extraction techniques, fuels, gas prices, Higher oil prices, Lower Gas Prices, new oil fields, Oil, shale oil, U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA)

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