Fall likely will hold few surprises for drivers when they fill the tanks of their mini-vans, sedans and trucks.
Natural gas prices edged higher Thursday as traders kept an eye on a potential tropical storm that could disrupt Gulf of Mexico production.
SINGAPORE - Oil prices jumped above $77 a barrel Monday in Asia, extending gains for a second trading day after a leak forced the closure of a Chicago-area oil pipeline and disrupted supplies to U.S.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Oil prices rose above $74 a barrel Monday in Asia as Tropical Storm Danielle in the Atlantic threatened to become a more potent storm, providing a reminder that hurricane season can disrupt crude production in the Gulf of Mexico.
Natural gas prices fell Thursday after the government downgraded its hurricane forecast just ahead of the most active period for storms.
- Oil down toward $78 as Tropical Storm Bonnie fades
- Oil stays above $79 on stocks, Gulf storm
- Oil prices rise on stormy forecast for Gulf
- Natural gas jumps as hot weather boosts demand
- Oil tumbles below $77 as hurricane fears ease
- Oil falls below $78 as hurricane fears ease
- Oil falls toward $78 as traders eye Gulf storm
- Oil hovers below $79 as traders eye Gulf storm
- Economic data _ not spill _ push oil prices higher
- Oil above $86 as traders eye Gulf crude spill
- Oil below $86 as traders eye Gulf crude spill
- Oil hovers at $86 as traders eye Gulf crude spill
- Oil gets boost from economic data, Moscow bombing
- Heating oil, gas up slightly as storms hit
- Wintry weather drives energy prices higher
- Oil above $71 amid US cold snap, Iran tensions
- Oil above $72 amid US cold snap, Iran tensions
- Oil near $72 amid US cold snap, Iran tensions
- Energy prices continue slide despite weather
- Oil falls as cold eases grip
- Oil falls to near $81 on reports of warmer weather
- Oil falls below $82 on warmer weather expectations