Articles by Patrick DeHaan
Gas prices have risen since early July, but they are still well below the summer predictions.
The gasoline supply chain is more complex than most people realize.
lower diesel supply, tighter air pollution laws driving the price up, and an increased thirst for diesel, and we easily can see a receipe for higher prices.
The finished refinery expansion may result in even more finished gasoline and distillate leaving U.S. borders.
BP's refinery fire is a reminder of the gas price hikes to come as refinery maintenance season approaches.
The United States will not be able to offset the rise in foreign demand for oil; it must adapt instead.
Though U.S. demand is low, gas prices are on the rise due to booming exports to Brazil, China, and India
TransCanda overstates the number of jobs it will create with the Keystone pipeline.
While lower than what they have been, gas prices will actually be higher this Thanksgiving than in the past.