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Directory:Fuelwatch Worldwide

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This Directory was created in order to keep an eye on fuel costs worldwide.

Why do we see prices from 12 cents USD up to over $11 USD per gallon for the same product from around the world?

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Overview

Prices in U.S. Dollars

  • Oslo, Norway: $6.82
  • Hong Kong: $6.25
  • Brussels, Belgium: $6.16
  • London, UK: $5.96
  • Rome, Italy: $5.80
  • Tokyo, Japan: $5.25
  • Sao Paulo, Brazil: $4.42
  • (U.S.: $4.00)
  • New Delhi, India: $3.71
  • Sydney, Australia: $3.42
  • Johannesburg, South Africa: $3.39
  • Mexico City: $2.22
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina: $2.09
  • Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: $0.91
  • Kuwait: $0.78
  • Caracas, Venezuela: $0.12

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Economics

  • Investment Resources / Fuelwatch Worldwide >
    Energy Message for Investors - With oil prices headed for a $1.00/gallon on gasoline and possibly below, investors might think that alternative energy investments are a sucker bet. Rest assured nothing could be farther from the truth. (PESN; Dec. 11, 2008)
  • Return to $1 gas? Energy prices evaporate - Oil prices hit four-year lows as employers cut the highest number of jobs in 34 years. The continuing decline in prices is so dramatic and so sudden that it is raising the prospect that gas prices could soon fall below $1 a gallon.(MSNBC; Dec. 5, 2008)
    • Petrol prices drop below $1 for second week in a row - David Cumming of the RACV said motorists could expect prices to remain low until Christmas, but was reluctant to make any long-term predictions until the new wholesale prices and Singapore crude prices were announced. (HeraldSun; Dec, 3, 2008)
  • China raises fuel prices 16.7% - China raised fuel prices by 16.7 percent Thursday in order to cope with the rising cost of oil. The move eased global crude oil prices, which dropped $5. This takes the pump rate for gasoline to about 75 U.S. cents a liter, still a quarter cheaper than in the United States and about one-third what UK motorists pay. (AutoblogGreen; June 20, 2008)
  • Fuel Prices Fuel Protests Around the World - Around the world, people are taking to the streets to protest the rising cost of fuel. American politicians think they have all the time in the world to look for alternatives, while people are dying in fuel riots in Spain. (TreeHugger; June 11, 2008)
  • Are commodity traders bidding up food, fuel prices - "The American people are about to take out pitchforks" because of the cost of groceries and gasoline, Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) said during a Senate hearing on whether commodities are being pushed higher by investors' high-stakes bets that prices will keep going up. (LA Times; May 21, 2008)
  • Traffic Stops Over Gas Prices - "It's hard to find words to describe the severity of the problem. It's not even a problem really; it's a meltdown," said Peter Carroll, a trucking industry spokesman who, like hundreds of other drivers, parked his rig on London's A40 highway Tuesday morning, shutting that key commuter artery for most of the day. (Washington Post; May 27, 2008)

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See also

FUEL EFFICIENCY

FUEL TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

VEHICLE HARDWARE MODIFICATIONS

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