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Gasoline Costs Drop for forty eighth Straight Day


The typical worth of a gallon of gasoline throughout the nation has gone down for the forty eighth consecutive day since rising to a document of $ 5.016 in June, dropping to 4.212 a gallon on Monday, August 1, 2022, in response to figures from the American Car Affiliation (AAA).

Monday noticed a 14-cent lower within the worth of standard gasoline from final week’s $4.355 gasoline costs, and down by over 60 cents from a month in the past. Round this time final month, the common worth for a gallon of gasoline was $4.842. Final 12 months a gallon of gasoline was $3.173.



Gasoline Costs Lowering an Common of 10 Cents a Week

For 48 consecutive days, gasoline costs have steadily declined by a mean of 10 cents, providing some reduction on the pump for customers. This week noticed gasoline costs vary from as excessive as $5.611 to a low of $3.724.

California continues to expertise the very best gasoline costs within the nation with the common gasoline worth of gasoline going $5.611 a gallon on the pump. Regardless of the steep worth, it’s an enchancment from final week’s 5.732 a gallon and even from June’s $6.438 a gallon. Counties in California proceed to indicate the priciest gasoline costs with Trinity, Modoc, Mono, Alpine, and Inyo counties all promoting a gallon of gasoline above $6.

Highest Gasoline Costs

State  Common  Mid-Grade  Premium  Diesel 
California 5.606 5.808 5.954 6.44
Hawaii 5.442 5.66 5.894 6.068
Alaska 5.093 5.279 5.485 5.738
Nevada 5.079 5.336 5.529 5.375
Oregon 5.07 5.278 5.479 6.014

Like California, the states of Hawaii, Alaska, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington proceed to see common gasoline costs above the $5 mark however have additionally seen the common worth for a gallon of gasoline go down by 10 cents.

States with the least costly gasoline costs throughout the nation embody Texas, South Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Arkansas. These states noticed an everyday gallon of gasoline going for beneath $3.80.

Lowest Gasoline Costs 

State  Common  Mid-Grade  Premium  Diesel 
Texas 3.71 4.077 4.406 4.741
South Carolina 3.736 4.118 4.461 4.902
Georgia 3.761 4.154 4.516 4.994
Oklahoma 3.773 4.133 4.364 4.771
Arkansas 3.774 4.162 4.474 4.93

States equivalent to Kansas, Colorado, Ohio, Nebraska, Indiana, Iowa, and Michigan have all seen their gasoline costs go down by over 20 cents since final week. Whereas Vermont, Connecticut, and Massachusetts noticed modest decreases with gasoline costs on the pump taking place by 5 cents or much less.

Costs Could Go up As Demand Will increase

Regardless of the encouraging decline within the nationwide common worth for a gallon of standard gasoline renewed demand for gasoline may push gasoline costs to go increased or sluggish its decline.

Gasoline Worth Developments

  Common Mid-Grade Premium Diesel E85
Present Avg. 4.212 4.651 4.952 5.279 3.468
Yesterday Avg. 4.22 4.667 4.966 5.291 3.479
Week In the past Avg. 4.355 4.806 5.103 5.412 3.664
Month In the past Avg. 4.842 5.264 5.559 5.76 4.093
12 months In the past Avg. 3.173 3.522 3.795 3.284 2.657

In line with information from the Vitality Info Administration (EIA), gasoline demand elevated from 8.52 million barrels a day to 9.25 million barrels a day final week. The rise in demand may add new strain on pump costs and sluggish the value decreases if the pattern holds. As well as, home gasoline shares are additionally lowering indicating an additional tightening of provides.

State Gasoline Costs August 1, 2022

State  Common  Mid-Grade  Premium  Diesel 
Alaska 5.093 5.279 5.485 5.738
Alabama 3.789 4.196 4.557 4.997
Arkansas 3.774 4.162 4.474 4.93
Arizona 4.497 4.793 5.058 5.291
California 5.606 5.808 5.954 6.44
Colorado 4.4 4.755 5.051 5.147
Connecticut 4.343 4.837 5.209 5.485
District of Columbia 4.533 5.1 5.429 5.652
Delaware 4.09 4.549 4.825 5.121
Florida 3.919 4.344 4.669 5.138
Georgia 3.761 4.154 4.516 4.994
Hawaii 5.442 5.66 5.894 6.068
Iowa 3.867 4.1 4.577 4.932
Idaho 4.906 5.148 5.35 5.497
Illinois 4.633 5.115 5.485 5.429
Indiana 4.163 4.582 4.917 5.555
Kansas 3.836 4.12 4.421 4.875
Kentucky 3.83 4.251 4.588 5.173
Louisiana 3.82 4.202 4.557 4.881
Massachusetts 4.472 4.958 5.25 5.565
Maryland 4.183 4.671 4.947 5.197
Maine 4.574 4.966 5.282 5.574
Michigan 4.221 4.677 5.025 5.545
Minnesota 4.152 4.522 4.874 5.244
Missouri 3.847 4.181 4.488 4.882
Mississippi 3.779 4.153 4.493 4.883
Montana 4.431 4.71 5.007 5.217
North Carolina 3.893 4.283 4.639 5.166
North Dakota 4.135 4.457 4.848 5.047
Nebraska 4.01 4.184 4.691 4.926
New Hampshire 4.342 4.794 5.119 5.547
New Jersey 4.392 4.933 5.179 5.388
New Mexico 3.991 4.317 4.586 5.042
Nevada 5.079 5.336 5.529 5.375
New York 4.516 4.939 5.27 5.713
Ohio 3.938 4.359 4.706 5.523
Oklahoma 3.773 4.133 4.364 4.771
Oregon 5.07 5.278 5.479 6.014
Pennsylvania 4.468 4.846 5.114 5.624
Rhode Island 4.416 4.935 5.249 5.563
South Carolina 3.736 4.118 4.461 4.902
South Dakota 4.177 4.402 4.899 5.053
Tennessee 3.781 4.15 4.514 4.987
Texas 3.71 4.077 4.406 4.741
Utah 4.817 5.037 5.236 5.2
Virginia 3.992 4.432 4.757 5.181
Vermont 4.493 4.983 5.386 5.288
Washington 5.013 5.237 5.428 5.977
Wisconsin 3.893 4.323 4.72 4.987
West Virginia 4.319 4.627 4.87 5.546
Wyoming 4.41 4.639 4.867 5.288

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