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October 29, 1987 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
The son of the late oil industry analyst Dan Lundberg has agreed to drop his family's name from his energy consulting business as a partial settlement to a lawsuit filed against him by the North Hollywood company his father founded. Jan C. Lundberg, who had been doing business in Fredericksburg, Va., as Lundberg Reports Corp., was sued Sept. 25 in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by Lundberg Survey Inc.
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September 23, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Gasoline Prices Fall: The prices dropped nearly 1 1/2 cents per gallon the past two weeks as retailers passed on wholesalers' cuts to consumers, the Lundberg Survey said. The average price for all grades of gasoline at full- and self-service stations dropped 1.4 cents a gallon to 123.92 cents, according to the survey of 13,000 stations nationwide. At self-service stations, regular unleaded was 110.87 cents per gallon, premium unleaded 127.45 and regular leaded 104.12.
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September 24, 1990 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fueled by uncertainty in the Persian Gulf, gasoline prices have hit an all-time high with the average pump price jumping nearly 3 cents a gallon in the last two weeks, a leading oil analyst said Sunday. American motorists are paying an average of $1.3835 per gallon at the pump, according to the latest Lundberg Survey of national gasoline prices, which was conducted Friday. Motorists spent an average of $1.3544 cents a gallon on Sept. 7. The previous high of just under $1.
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September 24, 1990 | MARIA L. La GANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fueled by uncertainty in the Persian Gulf, gasoline prices have hit an all-time high with the average pump price jumping nearly 3 cents a gallon in the last two weeks, a leading oil analyst said Sunday. American motorists are paying an average of $1.3835 per gallon at the pump, according to the latest Lundberg Survey of national gasoline prices, which was conducted Friday. Motorists spent an average of $1.3544 cents a gallon on Sept. 7. The previous high of just under $1.
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September 23, 1991 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Gasoline Prices Fall: The prices dropped nearly 1 1/2 cents per gallon the past two weeks as retailers passed on wholesalers' cuts to consumers, the Lundberg Survey said. The average price for all grades of gasoline at full- and self-service stations dropped 1.4 cents a gallon to 123.92 cents, according to the survey of 13,000 stations nationwide. At self-service stations, regular unleaded was 110.87 cents per gallon, premium unleaded 127.45 and regular leaded 104.12.
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December 18, 1989 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Motorists are finding fewer service stations in Southern California than they did a year ago, but the ones remaining are bigger and more likely to be open all night. According to the results of a recent census by the Lundberg Survey, the number of stations in a four-county area fell 5.3% to 4,972 this year from 5,252 in 1988. That is far below the 8,961 service stations 15 years ago, reported Lundberg, a North Hollywood-based gasoline marketing research firm.
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December 27, 1989 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Lundberg Survey said Tuesday that the number of service stations in Southern California declined 2.9% in 1989, not 5.33% as it said earlier this month in a preliminary report that contained computational errors. According to the results of a September census--first reported in The Times last week--the number of service stations in a four-county area declined to 4,614 in 1989 from 4,751 in June, 1988. Lundberg had erroneously reported that the number had fallen to 4,972 from 5,262.
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April 13, 1989 | From Times wire services
With the debut of the summer driving season only six weeks away, America's refining industry may not be able to produce enough gasoline to meet demand, oil industry analysts said today. The Alaskan oil spill and a fire at a major West Coast refiner have already cut supplies and boosted prices, setting the stage for higher prices by the time the Memorial Day weekend arrives. Nationwide, average U.S. gasoline retail prices jumped more than 10 cents a gallon in the three-week period ended last Friday to $1.1063 a gallon, according to Lundberg Survey Inc., a Los Angeles-based consulting firm that tracks gasoline prices at 12,000 retail locations.
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September 27, 1987 | From United Press International
The publisher of The Lundberg Letter, a widely read publication that informs the energy industry of market trends, is suing her brother, claiming that he infringed on the newsletter's trademark and its method of gathering information in a competing publication. The U.S. District Court suit was filed Friday against Jan C. Lundberg on behalf of Lundberg Survey Inc., North Hollywood publisher of The Lundberg Letter, which was founded by the late Dan Lundberg.
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February 25, 1985 | NANCY RIVERA, Times Staff Writer
Fueled by a strong economic recovery, gasoline consumption in California jumped 3.51% in 1984 compared to an estimated 2% increase nationwide, according to oil industry analyst Dan Lundberg. In another 1984 development, Los Angeles-based Atlantic Richfield Co. grabbed the largest share of the California gasoline market, toppling San Francisco-based Chevron Corp. from the No. 1 spot that it has occupied for several years, said Lundberg, president of North Hollywood-based Lundberg Survey Inc.
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December 27, 1989 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Lundberg Survey said Tuesday that the number of service stations in Southern California declined 2.9% in 1989, not 5.33% as it said earlier this month in a preliminary report that contained computational errors. According to the results of a September census--first reported in The Times last week--the number of service stations in a four-county area declined to 4,614 in 1989 from 4,751 in June, 1988. Lundberg had erroneously reported that the number had fallen to 4,972 from 5,262.
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December 18, 1989 | PATRICK LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Motorists are finding fewer service stations in Southern California than they did a year ago, but the ones remaining are bigger and more likely to be open all night. According to the results of a recent census by the Lundberg Survey, the number of stations in a four-county area fell 5.3% to 4,972 this year from 5,252 in 1988. That is far below the 8,961 service stations 15 years ago, reported Lundberg, a North Hollywood-based gasoline marketing research firm.
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October 29, 1987 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
The son of the late oil industry analyst Dan Lundberg has agreed to drop his family's name from his energy consulting business as a partial settlement to a lawsuit filed against him by the North Hollywood company his father founded. Jan C. Lundberg, who had been doing business in Fredericksburg, Va., as Lundberg Reports Corp., was sued Sept. 25 in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles by Lundberg Survey Inc.
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February 19, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Ask homeowners in northern Huntington Beach what bugs them about their neighborhood, and they quickly point to a boarded-up gas station that pumped its last gallon of fuel three years ago. "It just sits there making the area look rundown," said Mary Fletcher, who lives in a nearby Fountain Valley cul-de-sac. "We've had police activity there. Transients lived in the garage for a while. . . . It's a blight on the neighborhood."
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November 26, 1998 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS and JAMES FLANIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In what would be the world's largest industrial merger, energy titan Exxon Corp. is reported to be in talks to acquire competitor Mobil Corp. and may be close to announcing a deal. Exxon, the nation's biggest oil and gas exploration and production company, would pay at least $61 billion for Mobil, the No. 2 U.S. oil company, according to today's editions of the Financial Times.
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