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Canadian energy companies are enjoying gas prices that have rocketed up nearly 50-percent from a year ago, largely because production is slipping across North America at a time when the industry will be hard-pressed to fill depleted storage volumes this summer, analysts said on Monday.
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April energy futures
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So we're seeing nat gas prices rocket upwards and there ain't no "OPEC equivalent" causing it. How very interesting...
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Monday March 13 4:59 PM ET
Retail Gasoline Price Hits New Record High
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. retail gasoline prices reached a new record of $1.527 a gallon this week, increasing for the ninth week in a row, the U.S. Energy Department reported on Monday.
The pump price was up 2.6 cents from last week and 55 cents a gallon higher than a year ago, based on the department's weekly survey of 800 service stations. This is the highest price for gasoline since the department began tracking weekly fuel costs during the Gulf War in 1990.
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