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  • But presumably he was speaking to a friendly audience—to people who regard the burning of gasoline as sinful and who, at least in theory, are attracted to the idea of $8-a-gallon gasoline.

    Notable & Quotable

  • But the survey was carried out in late May, when gasoline prices were about 30 cents a gallon higher than the $3.55-a-gallon nationwide average reported Friday by AAA.

    Global Factory Data Weigh on Crude

  • Gloria Bergquist, vice president of communications and public affairs for the industry group, said the equivalent of $8-a-gallon gas in Europe drives consumers to purchase smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles in large numbers, resulting in an average fuel economy of 36 mpg.

    Linking Mileage to Pump Price

  • Prices have already breached the $4-a-gallon psychological threshold in many parts of the country.

    Gasoline Futures Slump, Leading Crude Lower

  • Some reports have suggested that consumers are balking at $4-a-gallon gasoline—a level already reached in many parts of the country—and may be cutting back time on the road.

    Oil Finishes Above $100

  • Meanwhile, gasoline prices at the pump have retreated from the $4-a-gallon threshold, coinciding with the recent selloff in oil.

    Oil Finishes Above $100

  • People are looking at $4.50-a-gallon gasoline, he says.

    States move to make biking safer

  • You might also have to ask yourself: Do we have a bigger problem than $4-a-gallon gasoline?

    Bill McKibben: Stay Calm and Carry On

  • Tom Kloza, chief oil analyst at Oil Price Information Service, says a $1-a-gallon increase year over year on Labor Day is something Americans haven't faced in the past five years and should dampen travel.

    Americans think twice about hitting the road this weekend

  • "It would not be a good thing to see $5-a-gallon gas right now."

    GM Chief: Industry Ill-Placed for Oil Shock

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