Tag: crude oil

Matthew Zais: American Energy Interests in Iraq Are Under Direct Attack by Iran

American energy interests in the Middle East remain under attack. On June 22, Iranian-backed Iraqi militias again targeted Kurdistan and its largest gas facility, which is partially financed by the U.S. government, three times...

Gary Clyde Hufbauer: NOPEC Legislation Isn’t the Answer to Lowering Gasoline Prices

With gas prices hitting new records nationwide, policymakers scramble for solutions. In recent weeks the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee approved the “No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act” or “NOPEC” legislation that would grant...

AAA Expects Gas Prices Expected to Increase in Florida as Crude Oil Prices Rise

While gas prices across Florida fell slightly last week, AAA warned that they could increase again as crude oil prices rise. The average gallon of gas in Florida cost $3.05 at the start of the...

AAA: Gas Prices in Florida Drop Slightly After Reports that Oil Production Will Increase

"Initial reports led to lower prices last week, but it’s unclear where the crude market will go from here. For now, drivers can enjoy a break from rising prices at the pump, with the possibility that retail prices slip a few more cents this week."