The premium paid by drivers of luxury cars and large SUVs over regular fuel is increasing due to a number of industry factors, including environmental regulations and refining capacity.
Motorists in the Midwest U.S. could expect to pay more for gasoline under a fuel policy shift demanded by governors in the region, with a new refining industry-commissioned analysis outlining larger-than-expected impacts of the change.
The cost of moving gasoline and other fuels on ocean-going tankers is soaring days after sanctions targeting Russia’s petroleum sales.
Some Americans could end up paying more for their gasoline thanks to a plan by seven Midwestern state governors to boost the use of corn-based ethanol.
The U.S. and Europe are struggling to make enough diesel to heat homes, a situation that looks set to become even more acute as winter approaches.
U.S. gasoline prices are on the rise for the first time in 16 days, potentially posing a political challenge for the Biden administration ahead of elections even as it casts a spotlight on Big Oil’s massive profits.
Gasoline shortages rippling across the East Coast are driving up pump prices from New York to Maine, potentially frustrating the Biden administration’s effort to rein in energy costs ahead of the election.
New England is at risk of natural gas shortages this winter amid surging global demand that’s driving up U.S. exports, according to the top federal energy regulator.
For more than a century, gas stations have been the heart of California’s car culture, offering fuel, food and friendly directions along back roads and byways. But the rush to EVs may leave them in the dust.
Circle K parent Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. only gets about half of its gross profit from fuel. That has CEO Brian Hannasch thinking about how to kickstart the company’s fresh food business, which represents just 11% of sales in its 9,000 North American stores.