Fleet Ops: Fuel Efficiency
« »
0 Comments Share
Oil prices reach high
NEW YORK -- Oil prices continued their record-breaking pace today, edging higher this morning from the $70 US per barrel closing on Monday. According to various media, oil prices hit a new high of $70.88 today amid growing geopolitical concerns over tensions between the West and Iran as well as supply disruptions in Nigeria. Unless there is a significant drop-off in demand, there doesn't seem to be any relief in sight, analysts predict. The price of gasoline could quickly reach $3-plus a gallon. In the Illinois and Minnesota areas diesel already hit $2.86 per gallon today. -- with files from Associated Press
 
Email Editor     Comment Below
Rate this Article!
We Recommend:
Popular this Week:
Social Activity


(optional)

(optional)

(optional)

Notify me of other comments on this story (requires email and password)


* Please type the letters above exactly as they appear:  

Please Note:

While we value your feedback, please avoid profane or personal attacks. You should know that if your comment contains libelous, prejudicial or just plain wrong statements, it will be deleted.

Report Abuse

Video Reel