Gasoline prices remained at $2.19 for the second week in a row after a weeks of increases, following significant drops earlier in the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. - Photo: AAA

Gasoline costs remained at $2.19 for the second week in a row after a weeks of will increase, following important drops earlier within the yr as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.

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Gasoline costs remained at $2.19 for the second week in a row after a weeks of will increase, following important drops earlier within the yr as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.

Approximatley, one-third of states noticed fuel costs lower and solely 10 states noticed fuel costs improve by two to 4 cents, in response to AAA. State averages noticed minimal fluctuation as demand roughly held regular during the last 4 weeks. 

“Over the last month, demand has averaged about 8.6 million b/d whereas, gasoline shares have steadily declined,” stated Jeanette Casselano, AAA spokesperson. “Week by week, we’re seeing largely regional fluctuation on the pump based mostly on gasoline provide and demand.”

The nation’s high 10 largest weekly adjustments embrace Indiana (down 6 cents), Michigan (down 6 cents), Ohio (down 6 cents), New Mexico (up four cents), Kentucky (down four cents), South Dakota (up three cents), Texas (up three cents), North Carolina (down three cents), Wisconsin (down three cents) and Washington (up 2 cents).

In the meantime, the nation’s least costly markets embrace Mississippi ($1.83), Louisiana ($1.86), Arkansas ($1.88), Alabama ($1.89), Oklahoma ($1.91), Texas ($1.91), South Carolina ($1.92), Missouri ($1.92), Tennessee ($1.93) and Kansas ($1.98).