Gasoline Prices Pushing Higher

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Gasoline prices at retail outlets across the country are again moving higher after the uptrend briefly stalled in several metropolitan markets with a downturn in wholesale costs. However, wholesale gasoline costs are again on the march higher, pushed up primarily by a bullish market sentiment. There

Utah Gas Prices Surge

Gas prices are on the rise in Utah where the average price for a gallon of gas on Thursday was $3.10, Rolayne Fairclough, spokeswoman for AAA Utah told South Utah’s The Spectrum. With only Hawaii, Alaska and California posting higher prices that makes Utah’s gas prices the fourth highest in the nation. This is a

Has Gasoline Posted its Seasonal High Already?

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Nationally, the average price for regular grade gasoline spiked to a $2.858 gallon 17-month high on April 12, according to the Energy Information Administration which surveys for this information, and wholesale costs have increased in most of the country’s metropolitan markets since. Those wholesale cost increases will

Gasoline Prices Retreat from Fresh Highs

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline values are easing from an 18-month high while the national average for retail gasoline prices started April at a 17-month high, prompting some in the industry to quip, “It’s déjà vu all over again,” borrowing a line from legendary baseball star Yogi Bera. Widely discussed,

Gasoline Prices Climbing Sharply across U.S.

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Retail gasoline prices are poised for sharp increases across the country in early April following big gains in the wholesale market right in front of the Easter holiday, which follows mostly flat to lower prices at many local stations in late March. Driving the advance in

Fuel’s Price March Higher Briefly Stalls

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The price strut higher in wholesale gasoline costs stalled midway through March, slowing the advance in retail prices that have surged to fresh highs earlier this month. Weekly price data from the federal government’s Energy Information Administration showed a US retail average for regular grade at $2.751

Trend for Retail Gasoline Prices Points Higher

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Wholesale gasoline costs ended February mixed, higher in the West Coast amid seasonal changes in fuel specifications, while other parts of the country mostly saw these costs decreasing. However, the trend moving forward points to climbing gasoline prices at the pump, while the wholesale market is

Retail Gasoline Prices Moving Sharply Higher

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN A recent government report showed inflationary pressure coming from higher gasoline prices in January, highlighting the impact of last month’s early surge in prices at the pump. Retail gasoline prices fell from early January highs, and inflation is not a near-term threat. In fact, the Consumer Price

California Station Ups Its Gas Prices to $8.87

Just what would happen if gas prices hit $9.00? Well, a station in Pasadena, Calif., found out when it upped its prices yesterday. The price of unleaded gas was listed at $8.87 a gallon at Washington Boulevard V and A Fuels station in Pasadena, Calif., on Tuesday and super unleaded was listed at $9.09, leaving

Boost in Crude Costs to Offset Pass Through Savings

Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Weekly gains in the gasoline wholesale market driven by higher crude costs leading up to the Valentine’s Day weekend will interrupt the national decline in retail gasoline prices midway through February. The U.S. average price for retail gasoline prices had decreased for four consecutive weeks through the

Tennessee Fuel Prices Drop

Gas prices in Tennessee have dropped nearly 10 cents a gallon since the beginning of 2010, the Memphis Business Journal reported. The fall mirrors the average price per gallon in the U.S., which also has declined, according to reports from AAA Auto Club South. The average price per gallon in Tennessee for regular unleaded is

Bumpy Ride for Gasoline Prices

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The first week in February saw the most price volatility in the wholesale gasoline market since late September 2009 when crude oil started its march higher into October and pulled fuel prices up too, with wild price swings triggered during periods of market uncertainty. Interestingly though,

Gasoline Pump Prices to Continue Decline

Brian Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Retail gasoline prices across the United States will continue to decline, as the impact of tumbling wholesale costs pull pump prices lower. Since posting a 15-month high in early January, wholesale gasoline costs are down nearly 9%, while retail prices have just inched lower. That lag in the

Gas Prices in Maryland Up 20 Cents Per Gallon

Oil prices experienced a rare dropped this week, causing gas prices to decline about one cent per gallon, Maryland’s NBC25 News reported. Meanwhile, gas prices in Maryland are up about 20 cents compared to last month. Retailers report that fluctuating gas prices have prompted some drivers to decrease their mileage and, regardless of frustrated customers, retailers

Pullback in Wholesale Costs Leads to Fuel Price Decline

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN Better than a nickel decline in wholesale prices for metropolitan markets across the U.S. during the weekly period ended on Martin Luther King Jr. Day will arrest the rapid increase in retail gasoline prices seen since late 2009. The U.S. average retail price for regular grade

Fuel Rising Fast

By Brian L. Milne, Refined Fuels Editor, Telvent DTN The average price for regular grade gasoline sold at retail outlets across the United States is poised to climb to a 15-month high early this week when government pricing data is released, with the Jan. 4 average reported at a $2.665 gallon two-month high. A 3-cent

Tracking the 2010 Fuel Market

Heading into 2010 there seems to be one constant in the energy markets—be it international, domestic, or local—and that is supplies should not be the issue in the New Year. This means that while demand will ebb and flow as it is want to do over the course of the calendar, barring an unforeseen change,

New Forecourt Moves

Though gas prices have dropped significantly from a year ago, forecourt-driven sales are still a challenge for many convenience stores because people aren’t buying gas as freely as they did several years ago. The reason? Our troubled economy makes it tough for many to afford the long car trips. Fewer trips mean fewer opportunities to

Foodservice Boosts Retail Growth

Not doing foodservice? Then you better start thinking about it. That was the key message from a host of retailers, consultants and foodservice experts as CSD presented its 2009 Foodservice Webcast Series. In fact, just having food items is hardly enough. Chains need to invest in specialty fare and ethnic cuisines in order to differentiate

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