U.S. gas demand should fall for good after '06 peak
Published 12/20/2010, AP Energy Writer
After seven decades of mostly uninterrupted growth, U.S. gasoline demand is at the start of a long-term decline. By 2030, Americans will burn at least 20 percent less gasoline than today, experts say, even as millions of more cars clog the roads.Word count: 953
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