Current Gasoline Prices Decreasing in Kansas

Gasoline prices in Kansas City are moving down after reaching a peak of $3.72 per gallon before February ended. In the city’s metro area, the average price for each gallon of regular unleaded is around $3.33. AAA’s Public Affairs Vice President, Mr. Michael Right, said that the major cause of lower prices is the yearly improvements that refineries are enacting. Spring is usually a maintenance...
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Current Tennessee Gas Prices Drop for Third Straight Week

Tennessee’s average price per gallon for regular gasoline was recently at $3.50, reflecting a drop of three cents versus the past week, according to figures from AAA. This is the third consecutive week that the state has witnessed its prices at the pump fall. It was two weeks ago that the entire state and the whole country saw a first-time drop in the weekly average for each gallon of regular...
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AAA – 2013 Gas Prices will be Lower than Last Year

The American Automobile Association predicts that, following a usual surge in gasoline prices in spring, the current gasoline prices will be cheaper this year compared to last year. Because of stronger domestic oil output and weaker demand, AAA projects the national average gasoline price to sharply rise to between $3.60 and $3.80 a gallon, disregarding any important and unexpected events. That...
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Gasoline Prices are Falling to their Lowest Levels in Months in Wisconsin

Drivers are receiving an early Christmas gift at the pump as the current gasoline prices are falling to their lowest levels in many months. In a USA Today report, analysts say that the average gasoline price today is expected to drop to $3 per gallon by the year’s end. Regular unleaded gas in Chippewa Falls is currently at a low rate of $3.29 per gallon. The fall in gasoline prices had a...
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Possible Effect of Sandy on Gasoline Prices

The extent of Hurricane Sandy’s impact on the current gasoline price will be dependent on the amount of damage it brings and the duration of crude production’s slow down. For example, the demand drop from the East Coast, with the shutting down of business, postponement of airline travel and closing of public transit, as well as people staying home, may slighty lower the...
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