As a rule, gasoline prices typically begin to fall after Labor Day, but Isaac may put a kink in that.
Houston-based ConocoPhillips, the nation’s third-largest oil company, said Thursday that it will split itself into two separate publicly traded companies and its CEO and Chairman Jim Mulva plans to retire.
The CEO of Southwest Airlines expects his airline to catch a break from the recent drop in oil prices.
Just in the last week, gas prices in North Texas jumped 12 cents. A gallon of regular unleaded now costs an average of $3.79. But consumers and businesses aren’t feeling the impact at just the pump alone.
Unrest in the Middle East could produce a windfall of tax revenue for the Texas budget.
Gasoline prices continue their upward trek in North Texas. Some places have gone as much as 20 cents in the last week. Almost universally, the blame seems to be placed on Mideast and North African unrest
Airfares are rising again, and travelers should brace for more price increases.
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