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    Price and Gas Station

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    to the operations, such as adding a mini mart and a 3rd operating shift, I asked for a reasonable price of $590K. The Texoil representative rejected our initial selling price and claimed that he was not authorized to spend this much money. It is likely that this was simply a means to negotiate down with us. He made an offer of $500K for the station, significantly under-cutting our suggested price. My spouse and I did our best to get the representative to improve his offer but were not able to

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    There are many causes that will cause the gas prices to fluctuate. Unfortunately, gas prices go up in the summer more so than the winter months. There are various reasons behind the spike in prices. One of the reasons behind this is more families are taking vacations and going on road trips, which in turn increases the demand on the fuel. In the spring months oil refineries do their maintenance on their equipment, which they must shut down their refineries and limit their production. Because of these

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    various reasons that prediction of natural gas price is imperative to producers, suppliers, traders, market makers, and bankers involved in natural gas exploration, production, transportation and trading as well as consumers involved in utilization of natural gas (Mishra, 2012). The prices of energy commodity including natural gas price are very volatile that make the parties engaged in a high risk and uncertain activities. More accurate forecast of the price, help them to select an appropriate strategy

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    The economic impact of high gas prices 1 The Economic Impact of High Gas Prices A Brown Strayer University The Economic Impact of High Gas Prices 2 The Economic Impact of High Gas Prices Section 1: Introduction The American economy is one of the strongest in the world; people from every country comes here to live or travel on vacation with their families and take advantage of its many economical opportunities available to its citizens. Traveling is one of

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    Gas Price Elasticity

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    Gas Price Elasticity The Energy Information Administration of the Department of Energy began tracking weekly gasoline prices in 1990 by means of a survey of 800 service stations around the country. The average retail price for unleaded gasoline posted its fourth record high during the week of June 12, 2000, increasing 5 cents a gallon to an average of $1.681. The price at the pump is higher than the same period last year by 56 cents and has risen 16.2 cents over the past month (Anonymous, 2000)

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    The Future Of Gas Prices

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    The Future of Gas In the not so distant future, gas prices have the potential to hit a staggering $10 a gallon. Government policies also will limit the consumption to each family to a maximum of $250 per month. The cars of this time period have not increased the gas mileage per vehicle to any more than a dismal 20 miles per gallon. Families must find new ways of dealing with this situation and learn to manage only 500 miles of driving potential for the family car per month. The Smith family, consisting

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    Oil & Gas Price Evolution

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    What Moves the Oil and Gas Price? Why are oil prices and gas prices so dramatically increased in the last view years? Oil and gas price will maintain the current level or rise in the next years because of the world economy, an increased demand on oil and its production costs, the gas demand, and the investment in developing alternative energy sources. How long will the oil reserves last? It is currently estimated that the oil reserves in the United States will last for 20 to 30 years

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    the summer of 2008 when gas prices reaches a record high or $4.12 a gallon the we’ve loved to blame the oil companies and the government for the increasing prices of gasoline. Who is responsible for high gas prices? Oil production dropped during the Bush administration but has risen by about 20% during Obama’s presidency, making it clear that domestic oil production has little effect of the price of gasoline. Why then to politicians continue to blame high gasoline prices on the oil companies? Congress

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    Forecasting natural gas prices using cointegration technique Dr Salman Saif Ghouri Abstract This paper uses Augmented Dickey-Fuller and Phillips-Perron technique for determining whether individual crude oil prices (West Texas Intermediate, Brent, Japan crude cocktail) and natural gas prices- Henry Hub (HH), National Balancing Point (NBP), European and Japanese liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices are stationary or non-stationary. It then applies Johansen and Juselius cointegration technique for

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    Executive Summary In this paper, energy price volatility with regards natural gas will be expounded on the essentials of market requisites. The report explains a number of factors that lead to price differences in the market as well price volatility implications to the oil and gas companies and industry. Supply and demand factors play a major role in shaping natural gas prices in addition to other factors such as war, environments and OPEC. Value-at-Risk (VaR) as a tool to manage risk and quantify

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