Monthly Archives: February 2012

Soaring Gas Prices Act Tough on Small Businesses

Soaring gas prices in the United States affects small business owners the most, considering they are entirely dependent on fossil fuel to transport goods and services to consumers. Truck and car drivers are now scared to visit a gasoline station … Continue reading

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Iran’s Cutting Down Exports Leads to Soaring Gas Prices

Gas and oil prices soared in the US as Iran halted some crude exports. Investors predict that the energy demand will rise as Europe moves closer towards bailing out Greece. Analysts warned that oil speculation might also push prices higher … Continue reading

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Chemical Industry Benifiting From Natural Gas Boom

If anyone has really benefited from the United States natural gas drilling boom, they are the chemical companies that have long depended on overseas gas sources. As natural gas surplus drives down prices to a 2-year low, chemical companies make … Continue reading

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Freezing Europe a Nightmare of Rising Wholesale Gas Prices

  As a result of dipping temperatures in Europe, the United Kingdom wholesale gas prices have been duly affected, soaring to a nearly six-year high on 6th February 2012.

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