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Salem-News.com (Nov-21-2013 13:38)

Are Canadian Energy Stocks Set for a Rebound? Interview with Colin Soares

"The US will always want our heavy oil, as their refining complex is mostly heavy oil. And our heavy oil trades at a discount to both Mexican and Venezuelan heavy oil." - Colin Soares

( LONDON OilPrices.com) - Oil barrels As Canadian energy stocks are finally seeing a bit of a push, and demand for Canadian commodities looks set to rise, juniors are confident that economics will ensure that Canadian oil—the cheapest in the world—will find its way to more markets, with or without Washington's approval of Keystone XL.

In the meantime, some sweet spots in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, like the Montney shale formation—are showing promise as gas turns into oil for the bigger players, while the juniors are hoping to piggyback on this new success.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-04-2013 19:27)

Survey: Owners Fear E15 Fuel May Damage Car Engines

California Air Resources Board has told the AMA that even if it approves the sale of the new E15 ethanol-gasoline blend in California, the blend wouldn't appear in the market for several years.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - E15 fuel A recent survey found that more than three-fourths of Americans fear that E15 fuel may damage car engines and fuel system components. E15 is a fuel blend of up to 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline that the federal Environmental Protection Agency has approved for use in 2001-and-newer passenger vehicles.

Ethanol is grain alcohol produced from crops such as corn that is mixed with gasoline to produce an ethanol-gasoline blend motor fuel.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-07-2013 11:09)

Gasoline Price Hike in Mexican New Year

"Costs are going to increase more rapidly than last year," - Javier Altamirano, president of the National Association of Private Transport

(LAS CRUCES, NM) - High gas prices The last scenes of Guadalupe Reyes are playing out in Mexico. A popular nickname for the holiday celebrations that commence on December 12, Virign of Guadalupe Day, and culminate on January 6, Three King's Day.

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Salem-News.com (Apr-27-2012 12:21)

Rising Gas Prices- What Media Will Not Tell You

A failed and foolish foreign policy towards Iran, along with looking the other way while allowing Wall Street speculators to gain control of such things as oil and gas, are the two primary reasons for suffering at the pump.

(JAMESTOWN, RI) - High gas prices Another of the many failures of mainstream media is its unwillingness to explain to the American public the causes for rising gas prices.

There is no current shortage of gas and oil, world demand is down, current US demand is lowest since 1977, and supplies are relatively high, so what gives?

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Salem-News.com (Feb-23-2010 11:57)

AAA Says Gas, Crude Prices Are Moving Up

Retail gas prices are on the rise this week. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas nozzle Retail gas prices are on the rise this week, according to Oregon AAA. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-01-2009 12:16)

Gas Prices Stuck in Neutral

Retail gas prices continue to hold steady with prices about the same as last week, and within a few cents of where they were a month ago.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas nozzle Retail gas prices continue to hold steady with prices about the same as last week, and within a few cents of where they were a month ago, according to Oregon AAA's Marie Dodds.

She says the national average for regular unleaded dropped a penny to $2.63 and Oregon's statewide average also fell a cent to $2.75.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-13-2009 12:48)

National Average Ticks Up while West Coast Prices Ease

But Oregon's Average is Still Fifth Most Expensive in the Country for Fifth Consecutive Week

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas pump nozzle The national average for regular unleaded is creeping up, while pump prices on the West Coast continue to slip. The national average gains two cents this week to $2.48, while Oregon's average drops a nickel to $2.73.

AAA Oregon Public Affairs Director Marie Dodds says it's the first time since early August we've seen the national average go up.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-22-2009 11:26)

Falling Pump Prices on West Coast Mean Little for Oregonians

Gas prices are finally easing on the west coast, but California, Washington and Oregon all rank in the top five most expensive states for gas for the second week in a row.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas nozzle Gas prices on the West Coast are finally easing a bit, Oregon AAA says. The state's average for regular unleaded falls a penny this week to $2.88 while the national average loses two cents to $2.54.

One factor impacting gas prices in the west and elsewhere is the annual conversion from summer blended fuels to winter blends, which can slow refinery production and cause some regional price spikes.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-11-2009 13:08)

Gas Price Hikes Follow Crude Oil Price Increases

Gas prices are up for the third week in a row, as the national average for regular unleaded jumps eight cents this week to $2.64 while Oregon's average shoots up ten cents to $2.79.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas prices Oregon AAA says pump prices have increased every day since July 21, until today, when the national average dropped two-tenths of a cent overnight.

Gas prices are up for the third week in a row, but are still well below last year's record levels. The national average for regular unleaded jumps eight cents this week to $2.64 while Oregon's average shoots up ten cents to $2.79.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2009 12:37)

Gas, Crude Prices Hit the Brakes: Pump Prices May Have Reached Summer Peak

Crude oil prices hit a six-week low today with crude trading around $63 per barrel after holding steady around $70 the past few weeks.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas pump Gas prices may have peaked for the summer, according to Oregon AAA. They often reach their summer highs close to the Independence Day holiday, and barring any unforeseen events, pump prices may slide in the coming weeks.

The national average for regular unleaded drops three cents this week to $2.60 while Oregon's average falls two cents to $2.78.

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