In Turkmenistan, car drivers are entitled to 120 Liters of free petrol a month.
Norway has world’s highest gas prices. Though they have oil reserves, they don’t subsidize fuel and use the $ for free college education and national infrastructure.
There’s a bush which emits a flammable, oily substance which can be lit on fire, without burning the bush itself.
There is a gas station in Minnesota that allows customers to pre-purchase bulk quantities of gasoline on the commodities market for a $1 membership fee, so instead of paying $4.00/gal, some customers are paying less than $1.00.
The price for one gallon of gasoline in Venezuela is 9 cent.
The Earth’s helium supplies will run out by 2030.