The world's top oil producing nations will be meeting in Saudi Arabia this weekend to talk about how to stop energy prices from climbing higher.
Some analysts say the summit could lead to cheaper oil if Saudi Arabia agrees to produce more of it.
President Bush has repeatedly asked Saudi leaders to pump more oil, but they told him no, claiming the falling U.S. dollar is the problem, not supply.
Meanwhile, drivers in China may be forced to use less gasoline.
China's state-controlled fuel prices shot up 18 percent on Thursday in an attempt to slow down soaring energy consumption there.