EDITOR’S NOTE: This week’s gas price story is abbreviated because we are completing the redevelopment of TurnpikeInfo.com. The gas price stories will resume in their expanded news format on April 13, 2015. The weekly trend chart and U.S. government survey will continue to be updated as usual.
Gas Prices Dip Slightly According To Weekly Survey
The price of gas across the United States dropped by an average of one penny per gallon last week, according to the weekly gas price survey from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The weekly E.I.A. report shows the bulk of Americans are paying anywhere from 2¢ to 5¢ less per gallon, but pricing increases across the Lower Atlantic states and the Rocky Mountain survey region kept the broader U.S. price average from dropping further. California drivers enjoyed a significant price drop, which helped bring the West Coast price average down about a nickel per gallon to an even $3.00. The lowest gas prices in the country are currently found in Texas and along the Gulf Coast, where the average regional price is just under $2.19 per gallon.
Note: Regular gas price and oil industry news coverage resumes April 13, 2015.