gas prices

Experts say that unprecedented oil supply married with a fall-off in demand because of a contracting global economy will take prices much lower. That, in turn, would press gasoline prices toward $1...
U.S. retail gasoline prices have begun the week at an average per gallon of $1.97, the lowest average in four years, according to analysts at GasBuddy.
After falling below $2 a gallon last Friday, the national average gas price has continued to slide as crude oil prices plummet.
Gasoline in the United States has fallen to about $2 a gallon and continues to slide. However, that price is nowhere near the least expensive in the world.
The sell-off in crude and plunging demand as people move indoors has driven gasoline prices down to $2.08 for the average gallon of regular nationwide.
Crude oil prices could drop to $5 a barrel because of the collision of the Saudi-Russian production spat and an almost certain crater of global demand.
Some lucky motorists will be paying less than $1.00 a gallon for gasoline Thursday. That hasn't been possible for decades.
Oil prices have fallen so far that traders are befuddled. In turn, gasoline prices are sliding toward $1 per gallon.
Retail gas prices dropped by double digits in most of the United States over the course of the past week, and the national average price for a gallon of gas has reached its lowest level for the year...
The price of a gallon of regular gasoline has dropped to less than two dollars in some cities. Due to the effect of the coronavirus, not everyone will be able to take advantage of it.
The price for a gallon of regular gasoline has dropped to under $2 in some parts of the United States. That almost certainly will spread throughout most of the country.
The average price of a gallon of regular gas has dropped recently and may be well below $2 within a few weeks.
It is hard to imagine any positive aspect of the coronavirus which is taking lives, roughing up markets, and pushing parts of the world toward recession. However, the drop in oil prices will steepen...
Gasoline prices continue dropping all across the United States. A gallon of regular gas has hit an average price not seen since the end of February 2019.
The spread of the coronavirus has undercut world oil prices. One byproduct of the trouble is a drop in gasoline prices in the United States.