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Oil Prices Rebound Since Late April, But Not in the Clear
Energy Department Raises Diesel, Gasoline Price Forecasts
Forecast Calls for Continued Low Oil, Fuel Prices

Forecast Calls for Continued Low Oil, Fuel Prices

Lower than earlier forecast crude oil prices are expected to translate into continued low prices at the pumps for both diesel and gasoline, according to a new U.S. Energy Department report.

July 11, 2017

Diesel, Oil Prices Expected to Jump Around 17% Next Year
Diesel Prices Expected to Jump 15% Next Year
Feds Predict Higher Fuel Price Increases

Feds Predict Higher Fuel Price Increases

Federal officials have raised their expectations for diesel and gasoline prices this year and are predicting even larger hikes coming for 2017, according to a new report from the U.S. Department of Energy.

May 10, 2016

Average Diesel, Gasoline Costs Expected to Remain Low
Government Revises Diesel, Gasoline Price Forecast Lower

Government Revises Diesel, Gasoline Price Forecast Lower

Average prices for trucking’s main fuel along with those for gasoline and crude oil are all expected to remain low this year, according to the latest U.S. Energy Department Short-Term Energy Outlook, and aren’t expect to rise significantly next year.

March 8, 2016

Diesel Price Forecast Revised Much Lower

Diesel Price Forecast Revised Much Lower

Federal government expectations for diesel and gasoline prices for this year have been revised significantly lower, as oil is expected to continue to sell for far less that it was in mid-2014.

January 13, 2016

Diesel, Gasoline Prices Forecast to Remain Low into Next Year
Crude Oil Prices Affect U.S. Production
Outlook Calls for Slightly Lower Diesel Prices, Gasoline to Drop More
Economic Watch: Crude Hits Highest Price Since May 2011
Congestion Cost Trucking $27 billion in 2011

Congestion Cost Trucking $27 billion in 2011

Congestion has a price, and for the trucking industry, It's billions of dollars lost. The total financial cost of congestion in 2011 was $121 billion, up one billion dollars from the year before and translating to $818 per U.S. commuter. Of that total, about $27 billion worth was wasted time and diesel fuel from trucks moving goods on the system.

February 6, 2013

Study shows shale boom provides boost to trucking

Shale energy exploration, the growing practice of deep horizontal drilling to harvest oil and natural gas previously beyond reach, has changed America’s energy industry and overall economy.

February 4, 2013

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