Drivers in the U.S. are currently looking at cheaper prices of gasoline since 2008.
Current gasoline prices
The current gasoline prices in the United States are falling with rising refinery output and lower crude oil prices.
Current gas prices increase as the year comes to an end and as fiscal cliff negotiations are still unknown.
The lower prices of gasoline today may start to increase because of Hurricane Sandy.
The prices of gasoline nationwide are falling, a good thing prior to the highly travelled thanksgiving holiday.
The warning of the World Bank of Asia’s further slowdown pulled the current price of oil lower to its lowest settlement in two months.
Gasoline in the Syracuse area and in other metropolitan areas in New York is increasing. But, that may already end soon.
The expected price increases in gasoline after the Aug 6 fire at Chevron’s Richmond refinery seemed to have stabilized.
The current gasoline prices for the Labor Day may be the worst for the year. But, some relief may be expected about 100 days from now.
The gasoline prices in Sacramento started to move in the opposite direction from its consecutive downward trend.
Cities in Southern California continue to experience a fall in gasoline prices compared to the past months.