Cheapest and most expensive countries to buy gas in 2017

According to GlobalPetrolPrices.com, the average price of petrol (gasoline) globally is $1.01 (84p) per liter. Countries that export oil tend to have lower prices but taxes and subsidies have a significant impact on prices too meaning there are huge differences around the world. Let’s take a look at the most expensive nations.

Source: Cheapest and most expensive countries to buy gas in 2017

Oil pushes through $51 US a barrel, gas price hikes not far behind – Business – CBC News

Expect gasoline prices to rise five cents a litre overnight at pumps in Ontario and Quebec and four cents in Vancouver and Western Canada after the price of oil pushed through $51 US a barrel on Thursday, says analyst Dan McTeague.

Source: Oil pushes through $51 US a barrel, gas price hikes not far behind – Business – CBC News

Trudeau: Trump ‘very supportive’ of Keystone XL pipeline – Article – BNN

“I will work with the new administration when it gets sworn in … I’m confident that the right decisions will be taken,” Trudeau told the audience at an event in Calgary, Canada’s oil capital.

Source: Trudeau: Trump ‘very supportive’ of Keystone XL pipeline – Article – BNN

Oil prices fall on U.S. inventory build, Libyan output ramps up – Article – BNN

Oil futures fell on Wednesday after Libya said it expects to boost production over the next few months and a report showing a surprise build in U.S. crude inventories last week.

Source: Oil prices fall on U.S. inventory build, Libyan output ramps up – Article – BNN