Skip to comments.Survey: US gas prices up 8 cents per gallon
Posted on 01/12/2014 5:57:00 PM PST by Olog-hai
Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg says the average U.S. price of gasoline is up 8 cents a gallon over the past three weeks.
According to the Lundberg Survey released Sunday, the average for a gallon of regular gas is now $3.35. Midgrade averages $3.54, and premium is $3.68.
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Gas prices have been bouncing up and down 15 cents overnight for weeks here; generally in $3.29-3.46 range if you shop.
It’s about $2.97 here. I have a diesel, so I don’t get a break.
$3.59 for regular here.
This is what happens when oil men, zero and less than zero, run the country.
Record setting production in this formerly great country, and the price goes higher.
Makes sense to me.
ah...Pennsylvania...and it will soon be $4.00 when the folks in Harrisburg get done putting on their highway tax they approved.
live in rural PA. and it is a killer for those of us retired on limited incomes, we must drive at least 20 miles to just get to a decent grocery store, and lord don’t get me started on the price of groceries...!!!!!
In Pennsylvania all attributable to a new wholesale gasoline tax enacted January 1.
Back few weeks ago got down to 2.96 in North NJ
Only lasted few days
In 2 weeks went up by 25-30 cents and stayed there.....
Haven’t driven my car in over a month.
I ride my bike everywhere. (SFL)
Right now (10pm Sun eve) it’s 64deg and 65% H outside.
A barrel of oil is below 92 dollars. It was 98 some thing and gas was at 3.80, then drops to 3.17 and the barrel of oil was 95 bucks..... None of this makes “cents”. SARC off