Energy is what drives our economy and it is clearly one of the key factors driving the current recovery from such a deep recession. Oil and gas is bringing stability to our prices and costs of fuel for our cars, natural gas to heat our homes, and electricity to power our businesses. That is great news we need to hear more about, but it is just as important for Americans to understand that this is not limited to oil and gas, this is also about solar, wind, and the broader manufacturing renaissance across the country.
I was researching a stock investment this week when I came across a chart that was a little stunning. As depicted below, solar has already
First the biggest trend impacting the US fuels industry at every level is the long term decline in gasoline demand. Gasoline demand is expected
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Fuels News had an interesting story today that highlights something we are seeing across the industry this winter – scarce diesel supply. With the coldest