The US Oil Bonanza and High Gasoline Prices
April 2, 2013 | Business Week
Even though oil production rates in the United States are climbing and the amount of gasoline being used by drivers is falling the price of gasoline remains high. An article in Bloomberg Businessweek explains why.
A Coal Comeback?
February 18, 2014 | Forbes
Demand for natural gas is growing, local shortages are occurring, and prices have been rising. Some coal and former coal consumers might now see coal as a more stable source of energy that has multiple methods of delivery and a declining price.
Perspectives on Exporting US Crude?
February 13, 2014 | UPI
A US Senator from Alaska says... "Opening up world markets to U.S. crude oil will lower the global price, which will in turn lower the global prices for petroleum products."
A US airlines industry VP says... "Exporting U.S. crude makes little sense. [...] If we allow for the export of U.S. crude, we'll have to import more oil from overseas and subject ourselves, once again, to an increasing degree of price volatility and higher global prices."
The idea of exporting US crude hits different people different ways. Alaska has a surplus of oil and exporting it to Asia is as