Camila Domonoske

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Tesla's market value hits $1 trillion after Hertz agrees to buy 100,000 of its cars

Monday, October 25, 2021

Tesla shares surged after Hertz announced a deal to buy Model 3s for rental at airports across the world. Analysts say it could boost sales of electric vehicles.

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U.S. car makers are going electric and trying to change the world in the process

Thursday, October 07, 2021

Car companies are following Tesla's lead and reshaping themselves as high-tech, climate-friendly electric automakers. GM and Ford are among the manufacturers who made big announcements recently.

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Oil Topped $80 Dollars Per Barrel — The Most It's Cost In Almost 3 Years

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Energy prices are going up — for things like coal, natural gas and crude oil. On Tuesday, global crude oil prices topped $80 a barrel for the first time in nearly three years.

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Global Natural Gas Prices Are Soaring

Saturday, September 25, 2021

Natural gas prices are at seven-year highs in the U.S. and record highs in Europe and Asia with cold winter weather yet to arrive.

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So, You Are Shopping For A Car At A Terrible Time. Here's What To Keep In Mind

Friday, September 24, 2021

Finding a car to buy these days seems almost impossible. Dealer lots are emptier, prices are higher and shoppers are stressed out. Here's what to know.

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Gas Prices Unlikely To Skyrocket As Oil Companies Assess Hurricane Ida Damage

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

The massive storm hit near the heart of Gulf oil production and refining, which will affect prices for a few weeks. But nobody expects the kind of price spike the U.S. saw after Hurricane Katrina.

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The World Has Finally Stopped Using Leaded Gasoline. Algeria Used The Last Stockpile

Monday, August 30, 2021

A calamitous invention that poisoned air, water and soil for generations is no more, according to a report from the United Nations.

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Americans Could Feel Ida's Impact At The Gas Pump

Monday, August 30, 2021

At least four of the nine oil refineries in Ida's path are believed to have paused their operations ahead of the storm. AAA says it's too early to know the full impact until power is restored.

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Are You Shopping For A Car This Year? We Want To Hear From You

Friday, August 20, 2021

Have you bought a car this year — or tried to? Historically low levels of inventory are pushing prices up and frustrating some would-be buyers. Tell us about your experience and we may use your story.

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Tight Supply Of Truckers Leaves A Few Gas Stations Dry

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

There's no shortage of gasoline, but a few stations have still run dry because it's hard to find qualified truck drivers who can move the fuel around. The high demand is pushing driver pay up.

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Tale Of Tesla, Elon Musk Is Inherently Dramatic And Compellingly Told In 'Power Play'

Thursday, August 12, 2021

Perhaps most interesting in Tim Higgins' book are the hints at what might have been: Tesla could have built a plug-in hybrid, or sold itself to Google, or become a battery supplier.

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New Fuel Regulations Will Help The Transition To Electric Vehicles

Thursday, August 05, 2021

The White House is announcing new rules for vehicle fuel economy and emissions, a key part of President Biden's climate policy. These regulations will aid in the transition toward electric vehicles.

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There's A Big Push For Electric Cars, With The White House Teaming Up With Automakers

Thursday, August 05, 2021

Major automakers and the Biden administration are announcing a goal of all new car sales being 40% to 50% electric vehicles by 2030. The White House also unveiled its plan for new vehicle standards.

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The Delta Variant Forces U.S. Automakers To Revisit Mask Mandates

Wednesday, August 04, 2021

Detroit automakers lifted their mask mandates for fully vaccinated workers just a few weeks ago. But starting Wednesday, masks are required again at all Ford, GM and Stellantis facilities.

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With A Whirr, Not A Roar, Auto Racing Drives Toward An Electric Future

Monday, July 19, 2021

Formula E is an all-electric auto race — like Formula 1, but battery-powered. And some of the innovation seen on the race track could eventually make it to your driveway.

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European Officials Unveil A Sweeping Plan To Tackle Climate Change

Thursday, July 15, 2021

The European Commission has proposed that new gas and diesel cars be phased out by 2035. If enacted, this could push the global auto industry to switch toward electric vehicles even faster.

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Oil Prices Are In Turmoil Right Now. Here Are 5 Things You Need To Know

Wednesday, July 07, 2021

Oil prices were surging, but a dramatic meeting of many of the world's crude producers has thrown things into a bit of turmoil.

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When Oil Companies Say They're Going Green, Should We Believe Them?

Wednesday, July 07, 2021

Oil companies pledge to invest billions in renewable energy and nascent carbon capture technology. That sounds like a lot of money, but it's practically pocket change for the biggest of companies.

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Arguments And Changes In Demand Are Driving The Recent Yo-Yoing Of Gas Prices

Tuesday, July 06, 2021

Crude oil prices hit their highest levels in years — then took a U-turn — as the powerful oil cartel, OPEC, squabbles over how much to produce. This is what that means for you and the economy.

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United Airlines Is Buying 270 New Planes In A Massive Bet On The Future Of Travel

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

After a devastating pandemic limited travel for more than a year, United is optimistic about the future and plans to spend billions of dollars upgrading and expanding its fleet.

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