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Patrick De Haan,
not defined by political agendas. oil & refined products (gasoline, etc) analyst. gas price myth buster & fact checker. bourbon fan. data lover. depaul alum.
Years of Experience
Started with GasBuddy in 2009
Patrick has analyzed and tracked oil markets and fuel prices for nearly two decades. A graduate of DePaul University, Patrick has a degree in Business Economics and has concentrated on downstream oil markets, including crude oil, gasoline, diesel and jet fuel since 2005, when Patrick and a professor at Grand Valley State University launched a blog in that shared oil market insights and predicted gas price movements. With a solid foundation, Patrick went to work with GasBuddy, the largest U.S. fuel-price tracking service in existence, providing expertise for millions of users. Since his start, he has provided regular commentary to U.S. News and World Report and is often quoted during gas price gyrations and fuel disruptions by almost all U.S. and international media outlets.
Years of providing analysis to many end-users, consumers, businesses and even government has distinguished Patrick amongst other analysts, and given broad credibility to his analysis. Patrick has been cited by the nearly every distinguished U.S. and international periodical and news organization.
GasBuddy and Patrick regularly provide extended historical data for use in creating various charts and graphs for use in print. Please use the contact information included below to make a request, and include specifics on states or local areas, the time period and any deadlines to begin the request.
The fundamentals of oil markets tell a large story, but what does the future hold? Combining powerful data on demand and price, our tools are able to provide insight into real-time gasoline consumption ahead of the EIA’s implied demand metrics, which are essentially a proxy for our excellent fuel demand data.
Patrick has been the author behind years of GasBuddy forecasts, including GasBuddy’s yearly Fuel Outlook, covered by nearly every major periodical for its high level of consistent accuracy. To see more of Patrick’s current forecasts and analysis, visit the GasBuddy Fuel Insights portal, prices.GasBuddy.com.
In the News
What Others Are Saying About Patrick
The of gas price trackers.
“One of the nation’s most accurate forecasters”
Journalist, San Jose Mercury News
“I do see some EIA projection numbers out there, however, I tend to view the analysis that you and your team puts together as being superior.”
Director of Retail Fuels