Displaying items 85-96 of 98 » View ky3.com items only< Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next >
Sun StaffThe record high gasoline prices reached just a week ago in Maryland and much of the nation might seem like a bargain compared with what many experts say could occur at the pump once the effects of Hurricane Katrina are felt in the coming days. The...
Sun StaffWith the price of gas fluctuating with every strong wind, motorists locally and across the country are no longer just seeing the number change between trips to the pump. They may even see it from the morning commute to the drive home. "It's up to Exxon,...
Times Staff WritersThe motor homes showed up before dawn. Soon, hundreds of cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles joined the line, drawn by radio promotions for a new service station willing to sell gasoline for 90.3 cents a gallon for four hours. In her boyfriend's...
Sun StaffThe end of the summer travel season traditionally brings relief at the pump - but don't expect it this year. "There seems to be no end in sight to high gasoline prices," said Ragina Averella, spokeswoman for AAA Mid-Atlantic. The average price of a...
Tribune staff reporterSitting in a cluttered, windowless office here surrounded by pictures of her three grandchildren, Nancy W.Y. Ho did her best on a recent afternoon to show why everything you thought you knew about ethanol is wrong. It's not just about distilling auto...
The Swampby Frank James House Democrats responded to President Bush's proposal to end the moratorium on drilling for oil offshore as well as in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge by telling the president to drop dead, although they used a......
KickingTiresSo, here???s some good news ??? or bad, depending on your point of view: U.S. demand for oil decreased dramatically over the past year. According to the American Petroleum Institute, demand for oil shrank to the lowest levels since 2003.......
The SwampBy Jim Tankersley The Interior Department today let stand a Bush administration policy that bars the federal government from considering the effects of global warming on polar bears and other protected species, a move that upset environmentalists and...
Tags: Georgia, Government, Natural Gas, Natural Resources, Weather
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSaudi Arabia and other OPEC oil producers are flooding world markets with crude oil, a shift that experts say should help offset any economic dislocation from a military strike against Iraq. The surge of production has helped wash away a $5-a-barrel "war...
Tribune staff reporterAs oil prices soar, so does the importance of energy as an issue in the presidential campaign. The nation's growing reliance on overseas sources of energy has foreign policy implications for President Bush and Sen. John Kerry, but it is a local issue for...
Tags: Coal, Consumers, Renewable Energy, Government, Natural Gas
Q: Is there a difference in the quality of gasoline other than the octane rating? My son insists that 87 octane from Mobil or Sunoco makes his car run better than 87 octane from Sheetz or Wawa. There is a cost difference from place to place, but I had...
Times Staff WritersSaudi Arabia--although long considered a crucial ally of the United States--has provided little if any assistance to investigators hunting the friends and finances of Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaeda terror network, according to intelligence and law...
Aug 30, 2005 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jul 13, 2005 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Jun 18, 2005 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Aug 9, 2005 |Story| Baltimore Sun
Oct 13, 2006 |Story| Chicago Tribune
Jul 23, 2008 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
Jan 29, 2009 |Blog| Cars.com
May 8, 2009 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
Nov 14, 2002 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Sep 29, 2004 |Story| Chicago Tribune
May 14, 2004 |Story| Allentown Morning Call
Oct 13, 2001 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Original site for American Petroleum topic gallery.