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View Resource Natural Gas

Natural gas is used in over 60 million homes. In addition, natural gas is used in 78 percent of restaurants, 73 percent of lodging facilities, 51 percent of hospitals, 59 percent of offices, and 58...

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View Resource Oil Sands

The vast resources of the Canadian oil sands will play a crucial role in enhancing our nation?s energy security. Together with western U.S. oil shale and crude oil and natural gas resources off the s...

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View Resource Heating Oil

Refiners make heating oil from crude oil, which is also the raw material for other petroleum products such as gasoline and jet fuel. Approximately seven percent of American households - some 8.5...

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View Resource Gasoline

The price of crude oil is the major factor in determining the price of gasoline at the pump, but there are a number of other factors. While it may not seem so to frustrated Americans struggling to...

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/gasoline/index.cfm
View Resource Diesel

Recent U.S. retail diesel prices have continued to be much lower than at their peak last July of $4.76 per gallon - they were down by roughly $2.22 per gallon as of the middle of July of this year....

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/diesel/index.cfm
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