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    The number of active oil drilling rigs in the United States rose by 14 this week, climbing for the ninth consecutive week as oil demand soars. That number brings the total U.S. rig count up to 728 in total, according to data from Baker Hughes, an increase of 273, or about 60%, compared to the same point in 2021 and the most since the pandemic struck in March 2020 and wiped out demand for oil. Rig Count Infogram The new count comes as President Joe Biden has partially reversed course from his campaign pledges to crack down on fossil fuels. In recent months, Biden has urged oil and gas companies to ramp up domestic production, seeking to combat soaring prices and a spike in demand amid Russia’s war in Ukraine. ENERGY DEPARTMENT SPENDING $3.5B ON FOUR PLANTS TO REMOVE CARBON FROM ATMOSPHERE Oil prices climbed Friday, with futures for global benchmark Brent crude rising slightly to $112.84. Futures for U.S.-based West Texas Intermediate, meanwhile, settled at $113.23 by late Friday afternoon. Gas prices...
    CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — More than 75 gas stations across New Jersey are lowering fuel prices on Friday in an effort to promote self-service. It’s all part of the “Fuel Your Way NJ” campaign that supports the “Motorist Fueling Choice and Convenience Act” which would allow New Jersey residents the option to pump their own gas if they wish. Supporters of the legislation say drivers could save $100 to $400 per year if the state allowed self-serve. READ MORE: Man Shot In Head, Killed While Driving SUV In North Philadelphia: Police“With the cost of gas prices continuing to rise, it’s taking a bigger and bigger bite out of people’s wallets,” said Sal Risalvato of Fuel Your Way NJ. “We want the public to know that one of the quickest ways we can reduce gas prices is to allow gas stations the ability to offer self-serve in New Jersey.” Risalvato adds gas stations are having difficulty hiring staff to fully man all their pumps. As a result, motorists are often inconvenienced when they are forced to wait in long lines...
    The Environmental Protection Agency issued a waiver on Friday designed to expand the sale of ethanol-blended gasoline as part of President Joe Biden's strategy to bring down high fuel prices. The EPA's emergency waiver lifts restrictions on E15, gasoline containing 15% corn-based ethanol, allowing retailers across the country to sell the fuel between June and September. Current regulations restrict sales to limit emissions of smog-causing volatile organic compounds, although some cities are excepted from the rules. Biden announced intentions to lift the restrictions on April 12 during a visit to a bioprocessing plant in Iowa, the nation's top corn producer, in response to what the administration has dubbed "Putin's price hike." Gasoline prices have reached the highest nominal levels on record since the war in Ukraine began. The U.S. average was $4.10 per gallon for the week ending April 25, a slight rise over the previous week. DAILY ON ENERGY: GREEN GROUPS SAY COURT ORDER SHOULDN'T HOLD BIDEN DOWN ON LEASING PAUSE The EPA said Friday it issued the waiver "to counteract Russia’s unjustified, unprovoked,...
    Black Friday may be well over, but Amazon is bringing back pre-holiday-level deals already. Right now, the retailer is marking down tons of top products from top brands, including the best-selling Apple AirPods, which are discounted at 37 percent off, making them under $100. Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case Down from $159Buy at Amazon$99Free Shipping | Free Returns The Airpods (2nd generation) are down to just $99, which is a rare deal. Stash these away for the holidays or just treat yourself to something nice. These are the best prices you'll see outside of Black Friday. Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publishing. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and deals. Curious about a specific product or brand? Let us know! If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.
    A protester holds a 'Save Us From The Energy Crisis' placard during a rally in London. British households face soaring energy bills from April 1 as the country's energy price cap rises by 54%.Vuk Valcic | Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images The number of English households in fuel poverty will double to 5 million from April 1, new research warned on Friday as Brits braced for their energy bills to increase by hundreds of pounds. The Resolution Foundation said that as a result of higher prices coming into force on Friday, 2.5 million households in England would be plunged into "fuel stress." Energy bills in Britain are set to surge from Friday, after Ofgem, the country's energy regulator, announced in February that it would increase its price cap by a record-breaking 54% from April 1. Ofgem's price cap limits how much households in the U.K. can be charged for energy utilities, and is reviewed twice a year.VIDEO3:2503:25Diversification of energy supply is 'absolutely critical,' says Cheniere EnergyCapital ConnectionBefore Friday, the price cap meant the average household's annual energy bill...
    TIRANA, Albania (AP) — Demonstrators marched through Albania’s capital, Tirana, Friday and tried to block streets in other cities, in a third day of protests against recent price hikes that authorities blame on the war in Ukraine. Prime Minister Edi Rama’s government imposed price controls on fuel, and has urged Albanians to use their cars less after fuel prices rose 50% last week. Hundreds of people protested peacefully for about two hours outside Rama’s office in Tirana Friday, before proceeding to the city’s main Skanderbeg Square where many held a sit-down protest. Police prevented protesters from blocking main streets in the center. In at least six other cities protesters temporarily blocked roads, in some cases scuffling with police who detained scores of people. The fuel price hike has had a knock-on effect on food costs in the small Balkan country. Protesters accuse the government of profiting from the price hike by not reducing taxation. They have urged it to emulate neighboring countries — which have also been hit by global price hikes due to Russia’s war against Ukraine —...
    BEIJING (AP) — Asian stock markets fell Monday and oil prices rose amid concern about a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine. Tokyo’s benchmark index fell by an unusually wide daily margin of 2.1%. Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul also retreated. Global crude prices added more than $1 per barrel in a sign of concern about possible supply disruptions. On Wall Street, the benchmark S&P 500 index tumbled 1.9% on Friday after the White House encouraged Americans to leave Ukraine within 48 hours. Other governments including Russia were pulling diplomats and their citizens out of the country. Russia is one of the biggest oil producers. Any military action that disrupts supplies could send shockwaves through energy markets and global industry. “Markets are belatedly waking up to the geopolitical risks posed by Russian military action against Ukraine,” Rabobank said in a report. The Nikkei 225 in Tokyo was down 2.1% to 27,117.18 at midday after being off 2.6% earlier. The Bank of Japan made an offer for unlimited government bond purchases on Monday, moving to curb a surge in long-term interest...
    Black Friday may be well over, but Amazon is bringing back pre-holiday-level deals already. Right now, the retailer is marking down tons of top products from top brands, including the best-selling Apple AirPods, which are discounted at 37 percent off, making them under a $100. Apple AirPods with Wireless Charging Case Down from $159Buy at Amazon$99Free Shipping | Free Returns The Airpods (2nd generation) are down to just $99, which is a rare deal. Stash these away for the holidays or just treat yourself to something nice. These are the best prices you'll see outside of Black Friday. Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publish. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and deals. Curious about a specific product or brand? Let us know! If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.
    Black Friday may be over, but Amazon is already gearing up to give you the best prices on the season's best-selling products. With their Daily Deals specials, the retailer is marking down tons of top products from top brands. Right now, Amazon has the new Apple AirPods Pro discounted 28 percent off right now ($70 off). New Apple AirPods Pro with Wireless Charging Case Down from $249Buy at Amazon$179Free Shipping | Free Returns Treat yourself to something nice or maybe grab a pair for your Valentine (V-day is just around the corner, after all). These are the best prices you'll see outside of Black Friday. Scouted selects products independently and prices reflect what was available at the time of publish. Sign up for our newsletter for more recommendations and deals. Curious about a specific product or brand? Let us know! If you buy something from our posts, we may earn a small commission.
    This has been a tough year to buy a new or used car in America. With COVID-19 factory shutdowns, semiconductor chip shortages, rising prices and supply chain issues, it’s been nothing but bad news for car shoppers. And for those who’ve waited, hoping Black Friday sales would bring some reprieve from high prices, we’re afraid that there aren’t many bargains to speak of. In ordinary times, Black Friday would be a busy yet fruitful time to shop for a new car because dealerships are motivated to discount outgoing models to make room for the newest model year. However, Edmunds data shows that overall new car inventory levels are down 77% compared to 2019, when the market was more typical. “The microchip shortage has forced inventory far below demand and vehicles are selling quicker than ever before,” said Jessica Caldwell, Edmunds’ executive director of insights. “In fact, many dealers are selling vehicles that haven’t even arrived on their lots yet.” Vehicles that are left tend to be in a more expensive trim or are saddled with dealer-added accessories that further...
    In this article TRI-CAThe logo of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) at the headquarters.Omar Marques | LightRocket | Getty ImagesLONDON — OPEC and non-OPEC ministers will reconvene on Friday to discuss the next phase of oil production policy after a preliminary agreement was thought to have been blocked at the last minute the day before. The energy alliance, often referred to as OPEC+, will meet via videoconference on Friday afternoon to decide on whether to keep output policy unchanged or to ramp up supply further. The unexpected rescheduling of the meeting comes after the United Arab Emirates reportedly objected to a plan for an easing of cuts and their extension to the end of next year, according to Reuters. Oil prices moved on the news, rising slightly Thursday before losing momentum Friday as traders digested the implications. In U.S. morning trade, international Brent crude futures traded at $75.45 a barrel, down 0.5% for the session, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate futures stood at $74.89, around 0.4% lower. The OPEC alliance had agreed in principle to increase supply...
    DAX, FTSE 100, CAC-40 and Ibex 35 go ​​up today pending the bonds After a tense session last Friday, where European stocks picked up Thursday’s falls in Wall Stret, the European stock market starts the month of March with rises and volatility falls. The European and US stock markets will continue to be very aware of the behavior of the bonds whose prices rebounded during the last day. Asian markets are also rebounding this morning. The securities that registered the most movements at the opening this Monday are Deutsche Bank (+ 2.10%) andDeutsche Telekom (0.31%), followed by ArcelorMittal which adds 2.71%; Lloyds Banking (+ 0.90%) and Telecom It, with increases of 1.17%. From Link Securities they predict that inflation is very likely to rise sharply in the coming months, largely a consequence of the base effect -in 2020 during the months of spring lockdown, many prices of goods and services fell sharply- and demand dammed, which should be satisfied once restrictions on mobility and the activity of many companies, especially in the service sector, are lifted, as the vaccination process...
    Tennessee police say 60 females, mostly minors, recorded on hidden camera in gym bathroom How I’m teaching my Black children to thrive in a world that isn’t fair Gold prices sink 1.5% on Friday as U.S. dollar edges up © Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images METALS STOCKS Futures for gold on Friday traded 1.5% lower, but were still on pace for a modest advance for the week, as the U.S. dollar steadied to wrap up the week. Commodity analysts say that a recent rise in inflation-adjusted yields, or real yields, and a firmer U.S. dollar this month have combined to weigh on gold prices. “Gold prices are also slipping again, as real US yields break a three day losing streak which has weighed on the dollar and supported the yellow metal,” wrote Craig Erlam, senior market analyst at Oanda Europe, in a daily research note. February gold  was off $29.10, or 1.5%, to trade at $1,836.90 an ounce, after a decline of less than 0.1% on Thursday. Video: Wall Street points to lower open following mixed session (CNBC) Wall...
    In sudden switch, Loudoun County returns all students to online learning DR Congo parliament votes to oust pro-Kabila speaker 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Shutterstock The holidays are just a few weeks away. If you haven’t gotten any shopping done, now is the perfect time to do so. There’s plenty of time left so you shouldn’t have to worry about shipping delays. And there are still plenty of deals to go around at all the best outlets. When it comes to the best outlets for you to shop at, Macy’s is one of the best. The stock is vast and varied. Not to mention that the pricing is always fair. For holiday shopping needs, Macy’s is the place to be. Especially now that Macy’s Has Black Friday Prices on so many great items. That’s right. Right now, Macy’s Has Black Friday Prices on so many items...
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    Just because they have tails doesn’t mean they aren’t considered real family members — and just like the rest of your crew, they deserve a little extra love during the holidays! If you’re looking for some awesome products your dogs and cats can enjoy, this list will give you some awesome gift ideas. And the best part? You can save an additional 20% off when you use the coupon code BFSAVE20 at check-out! “The Fat Cat” Cat Backpack – $95.99 Give your kitty a peek at the outside world! With ample ventilation and durable materials, your cat can travel anywhere with you safely and comfortably — and right on your back! Get “The Fat Cat” Cat Backpack for $95.99 (reg. $119.99) with the code BFSAVE20. Allergy Test My Pet Kit – $55.99 Uncover environmental and dietary factors that could be infringing on little Fido’s well being, from household cleaning items to common foods and allergens. Get the Allergy Test My Pet Kit for $55.99 (reg. $69.99) with the code BFSAVE20. Embark Dog DNA Test Kit – $139.99 In three...
    Allbirds' first-ever running sneaker — the Tree Dasher — is included in the Black Friday charity campaign. Mara Leighton/Business Insider When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Instead of providing a discount on Black Friday, Allbirds is increasing all its prices by $1 — so it can match the extra dollar and donate the additional proceeds to Greta Thunberg's climate movement, Fridays for Future. The $1 increase affects every Allbirds item — including some of our all-time favorites like the Tree Runners, Pipers, and the new clothing line.  You can find firsthand reviews for almost every Allbirds product here — including notes on long-term wear and sizing. We're also keeping tabs on Black Friday deals available online on Amazon, Target, Walmart, The Home Depot, and more startups. See our guide to the best overall Black Friday deals here. Like many startups, Allbirds rarely offers discounts. Instead, it creates charitable campaigns on days with increased shopping interest, including Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  This year, Allbirds is raising all of its prices by...
    Is there anything better than tearing open a wrapped gift to find an iPad waiting inside? But before you write off these popular Apple devices for being too expensive, check out these deals on both new and refurbished iPads, sure to put a smile on anyone’s face this holiday season.  Apple iPad 3 9.7″ 64GB WiFi Black (Refurbished) – $179 Color: black 9.7″ retina display Dual-Core A5X chip with Quad-Core graphics 64 GB storage for apps, games, media, and more Mobile connection: WiFi Model year 2012, refurbished Get it here for $179 (reg. $199). Apple iPad 4 9.7″ 16GB – Black (Certified Refurbished) Bundle – $119.97 Color: black 9.7″ retina display Bluetooth 4, WiFi connectivity  5MP Omnivision iSight rear camera 10-hour battery life Model year 2012, refurbished grade “B” Get it here for $119.97 (reg.$134.99). Apple iPad 4 9.7″ 32GB – White (Certified Refurbished) Bundle – $219.99 Color: white 32GB storage 9.7″ retina display 5MP Omnivision iSight rear camera Bluetooth 4, WiFi connectivity Model year 2012, refurbished grade “B” Get it for...
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