Afghan Taliban sign deal for Russian oil products, gas and wheat
The Taliban have signed a provisional deal with Russia to supply gasoline, diesel, gas and wheat to Afghanistan
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Per this, looks like the Northeast is going to be hit hard.

The U.S. consumer-price index for electricity in August climbed 15.8% over the same month a year ago, the biggest such 12-month increase since 1981, according to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The strain is particularly acute in New England. The region is investing heavily in renewable-energy sources, but many of those projects aren’t yet operational, and it still relies heavily on natural gas for electricity production. The region has limited pipeline capacity and imports large volumes of liquefied natural gas, which are in shorter supply as a result of European demand.

California to Ban Sale of New Gasoline-Powered Cars by 2035

Sunday Talks, SF Fed Chair Sees Half of Inflation Driven by Excess Demand of Some Unknown Something
The great pretending continues. During a Sunday talk show appearance, San Francisco Fed Chair Mary Daley states, “what I see is supply and demand are just unbalanced. About 50% by my own staff’s estimates of the excess inflation we see is related to demand. The other 50% to supply.” Note, she is not talking about energy.
Margaret Brennan, maintaining her position as the professional CBS narrative engineer, never thinks to ask: (a) where is this demand you speak of, and what exactly are they demanding? and/or (b) What is this 50% inflation on the supply side connected to? Obviously, an actual probing of inflation wasn’t in the script. The great pretending continues.
CTH has stated without reservation that August’s inflation report will show a significant –albeit temporary– drop in inflation as measured by the govt. The drop in gasoline prices throughout July (created by a drop in

Fuel Additive Market Analysis Trends, Scope, growth, Size, & Customization Available for Forecast 2029

Data Bridge Market Research analyses the fuel additive market will exhibit a CAGR of 4.88% for the forecast period of 2022-2029.
Fuel additives are a type of chemical component that is added to a fuel to increase its functional qualities. Friction reducers, corrosion inhibitors, anti-foaming, and antioxidation are some of the main activities of these compounds. It's made by combining isobutene (IB) and ethanol (EtOH) in a liquid-phase reaction using a strong acidic macro porous ion exchange resin. Many fuel delivery system issues can be avoided with the use of gasoline additives. They improve the quality and efficiency of fuels used in automobiles. The market is divided into cetane improvers, deposit control additives, dyes and markers, antioxidants, cold flow improvers, lubricity improvers, octane improvers, stability improvers, anti-icing fuel additives, corrosion inhibitors,

Kemp [R-GA] extends suspension of gasoline tax again

If Consumers, Businesses Cared About “Climate”, The Last Cars They’d Buy Are Hot-Selling Electric Vehicles
Governments are forcing the public to buy EVs even if they don’t want the WOKE nonsense.
“A zombie business or industry, in today’s parlance, is one sustained less by creative destruction than by a combination of government bailout, regulation and hidden subsidies. This is what the global auto sector is becoming.”
These large-battery, long-range vehicles would have to be driven many tens of thousands of miles before they rack up enough mileage and save enough gasoline to compensate for the emissions created to produce their batteries. And that’s according to their fans, whose calculations often smell of friendly assumptions about the source of the electricity consumed, whether gasoline driving is really being displaced mile for mile, and a presumed lack of progress in the meantime in reducing the carbon intensity of conventional motor fuels.
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Kemp [R-GA] has done more to fight gasoline price rise than Biden

Biden administration official prefers high gasoline prices

How NOT to get rid of gophers using gasoline.
Kids, don't try this at home! (No sound)

Electric Vehicles Possess a POISON Within Them
And when you do need to stop to charge, stations are being built faster than ever, thanks to the government, so you can easily travel wherever you need to go without a care or worry about emitting anything from the vehicle’s tailpipe.
That being said, a new study recently revealed that, in fact, you actually may be emitting particulate matter into the environment at an even higher rate than that of gasoline-ran vehicles.
British-based independent emissions testing firm Green Car Reports0 published the study stating the EV-centric outlet found that particulate matter emissions from tires are 1,850 times greater under normal driving conditions than from a tailpipe of a gas-powered car.
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