Gas Prices: You Could Pay $10 A Gallon. Or Just 6 Cents. Why?

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But you may wish you were in Caracas, Venezuela, where enormous government subsidies cut the price to a ridiculous 6 cents per gallon. And you may thank your stars you're not in Asmara, Eritrea, where taxes What did you pay for gasoline the last time you filled up? If you're in the U.S., probably about $2.70 per gallon. Yep, six pennies.

IHS Automotive forecasts 88.6M unit global light vehicle market in 2015; 2.4% growth

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In Mexico, auto sales stalled through the first seven months of 2014, causing some concern that new tax policies implemented at the beginning of 2014 were hurting auto demand growth; however, motivated by incentives to help spark demand, light vehicle sales grew throughout the second half of the year. Uncertainty lingers over Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Venezuela for 2015. IHS Automotive forecasts global automotive sales for 2015 to reach 88.6 million, an increase of 2.4%

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Yet your electricity bill is loaded with ‘green levies’ that in part go to reward the crony capitalists who operate wind farms to the tune of around £10billion a year and rising.

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Opinion: Oil Market ShowdownCan Russia Outlast The Saudis?

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Venezuela, an OPEC member, has even proposed an emergency summit meeting. and China markets, while the Russian Finance Ministry recently backed away from a tax proposal which Russian crude producers said would reduce their output. The Finance Ministry sought a change in the mineral extraction tax formula to generate an additional 609 billion rubles in 2015 and 1.6 by Dalan McEndree for Oilprice.com. Two men enter, one man leaves, two men enter, one man leaves, two men enter.

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Electric cars to account for 64 per cent of car sales by 2030

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million barrels per day, equivalent to the amount currently imported daily from the Persian Gulf region and Venezuela. Given current battery prices and the federal tax incentives for the purchase of electric cars, switchable battery vehicles are expected to be $7,500 less expensive than a similar gasoline-powered car when introduced to the market in 2012. Tags: Electric cars Berkeley green study

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