gasoline prices

4:31 pm
Wed August 22, 2012

WKU Economist Says It's Difficult to Predict Gasoline Prices

Dr. Brian Goff speaks at Noon Rotary Club in Bowling Green
WKU Public Radio

The cost of gasoline is having an impact on the lives of people across the state and nation, but experts say it can be very hard to determine why prices seem to fluctuate so quickly. Dr. Brian Goff is an economist with WKU's Center for Applied Economics.  He says many consumers are unaware of the influence inventories can have on the price at the pump.

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Concerns over High Fuel Prices
7:23 am
Sun February 26, 2012

Congressman Guthrie Says Consumers are Concerned about the Impact of Higher Fuel Prices

Second District Congressman Brett Guthrie of Kentucky says he's heard plenty of constituents expressing concern about higher gasoline prices in recent days. The Republican from Bowling Green says the higher prices at the pump are difficult for consumers to accept in an already troubled economy.

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Gasoline prices
12:20 pm
Tue January 31, 2012

Petroleum Industry Analyst Says 2012 Could be a Costly Year at the Gas Pump

Industry Analyst Gregg Laskoski of says there are many uncertainties in the market place this year, but he believes median gasoline prices could reach or exceed four dollars per gallon by Memorial Day in many parts of the country. A new report released by warns that the retail price of gasoline at the start of 2012 was  signicantly higher than just two years ago. Laskoski calls that an "ominous sign" for the rest of 2012.  He spoke with Dan Modlin...........