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    Study: Worldwide gasoline demand going to drop after 2021

    Even as electric vehicles gain in popularity, we're told again and again that internal combustion engines aren't going away. While that may be true, it would still be nice to kick our addiction to gasoline. Pollution, international turmoil and energy insecurity are getting a bit tiresome. It's ...

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    Official: EIA: 2012 monthly average shows U.S. using less gas than at any time since 2007

    124,000 barrels of oil a day sure sounds like a lot, doesn't it? It is, until you compare it to the average daily U.S. oil consumption, which is around 8.5 million barrels a day (bbl/d). At least, 8.5 million was the number in the first quarter of 2011, according to the U.S. Energy Information ...

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    API: U.S. petroleum deliveries rises 2.3% in 2010

    The American Petroleum Institute reports that U.S. petroleum deliveries (a measure of overall demand) rose by 1.2 percent in December 2010, compared to the same month last year. Additionally, deliveries shot up by 2.3 percent for all of 2010, compared to 2009. Likewise, gasoline and diesel demand ...

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    U.S. oil usage on the upswing

    More than two years ago, the price of oil soared to over $100 dollars a barrel. Today, it's not nearly that high, but at a price of $88.21 in the U.S., oil is slowly creeping up, thanks in part to soaring fuel consumption that's linked to a rebounding economy. According to the American ...

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    API: First-half demand for gasoline 0.6% lower than last year

    According to the American Petroleum Institute's (API) Monthly Statistical Report, U.S. gasoline deliveries for the first half of 2010 averaged 8.88 million barrels per day, 0.6 percent lower than the corresponding period a year ago. Though the drop in demand is minuscule, it does provide us with an ...

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    Study: Gasoline consumption rises in the Northwest despite stalled economy

    Gasoline consumption across the U.S. has steadily declined during the last decade. Analysts have chalked up the drop in gas usage over the last ten years to the rise in more efficient technologies, better public transportation, the stalled economy and steadily increasing gas prices. While most of ...

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    Study: Americans not willing to pay more up front to get gas-free cars

    There's a good chance anyone reading this is in the minority. At least, a minority according to a new study by Harris Interactive, which says that most Americans are not willing to pay extra money for clean vehicle technology. The only "winners" in the study, such as they are, are the cheaper, ...

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    Gas comsumption to jump by a quarter in China by 2010

    One of the factors keeping the world price of oil at historically high levels is continually increasing demand and relatively static supply. One of the biggest drivers of that growth is the ever-increasing population of cars in China, which, along with India, has been the fastest growing markets. ...

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    Decline in gas consumption

    USA Today reports gas use last month was 0.6% less than a year ago. For the gasoline consumption to go down by a small amount could have a significant impact. Generally, the US consumption increases by about 1.5% annually. If the downward trend continues further, or if we at least can maintain the ...


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