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Oil suppliers are having a hard time keeping up with consumer demand. (George Frey/Getty Images)

US Energy Market Facing Supply-Side Pressures

Demand is in a bit of a post-holiday slump, but it looks like suppliers either can’t, or won’t, keep up. The post US Energy Market...

The pain at the pump continues, with gasoline prices continuing to jump higher, particularly in California. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Gas Prices Just Keep Going Higher And Higher

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Commercial storage levels of crude oil decreased by 2.1 million barrels from the week ending Dec. 31. Meanwhile, total motor gasoline inventories increased by 10.1 million barrels, suggesting the drain on crude oil inventories was a result of an uptick in refinery activity. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

US Petroleum Demand Slumps, But Outside Factors Are Bullish

Federal data showed a decline in demand for petroleum products, but the global energy market is not limited to the U.S. economy. The post...

Analysts say gas prices remain high because producers — initially caught off guard by the pace of economic recovery — continue to struggle to keep up with demand. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Enjoy Lower Gas Prices While They Last

Analysts say modest relief at the pump will be fleeting. The post Enjoy Lower Gas Prices While They Last appeared first on Zenger News.

Lower gas prices are somewhat bittersweet given the renewed concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic and new mask and vaccine mandates. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Omicron, For Better Or Worse, Is Bringing Gasoline Prices Lower

This week marks the sixth week in a row for a decline in retail gasoline prices. The post Omicron, For Better Or Worse, Is Bringing...

Analysts said there is healthy crude demand, but the short-term outlook is weakening on growing omicron and inflation worries. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Weekly Oil Data Paints Better Picture Of US Economy

Demand for refined petroleum products remains at or near pre-pandemic levels. The post Weekly Oil Data Paints Better Picture Of US...

Analysts say drivers are beginning to pay slightly less at the pump, a trend they think will continue. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Relief, While Slow, Is Coming For Consumer Gasoline Prices

Even with a bit of a dip lower, prices remain at levels not seen since late 2014. The post Relief, While Slow, Is Coming For Consumer...

For the week ending Dec. 3, the federal governmentt reported that commercial crude oil inventories declined by a modest 200,000 barrels per day from the previous week. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Influential US Data On Oil And Gas Relegated To ‘Other News’

Analysts told Zenger that market players are looking for economic clues elsewhere. The post Influential US Data On Oil And Gas Relegated...

Gasoline is at the highest price level since late 2014, but marks a decline from the average of $3.40 per gallon realized for much of last month. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Demand For Gasoline Seems Hard To Meet

And that’s precisely why the price at the pump continues to hold at multiyear highs. The post Demand For Gasoline Seems Hard To Meet...