December 4, 2012

What Independence? Pump Prices Rise w/ Production

Loren Steffy, Fuel Fix


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This isn’t supposed to happen. Drivers in the U.S. are headed for the most expensive year ever for gasoline. GasBuddy, which tracks pump prices, reports that the average price nationally is $3.63 a gallon so far this year, and even though prices are falling, they aren’t likely to fall enough in the next month to keep this from being the most costly year for U.S. gasoline.

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