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AAA reports Gas Price Trends Falling into Place for Autumn

 

AAATampa, FL – AAA says gas prices continue to trend – slowly, but surely – cheaper with half of all states seeing pump prices drop two-cents on the week. This caused the national average to push cheaper by a penny down to $2.56. Today’s average is 11-cents less than a month ago and 28-cents cheaper than a year ago.

In its latest weekly report, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) notes that U.S. gasoline demand saw a steady decline from 9.9 million b/d to 9.4 million b/d, a reading typical for the start of fall.

Gas prices to get cheaper this Autumn. (AAA)

Gas prices to get cheaper this Autumn. (AAA)

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AAA says Most Consumers Continue to See Decreases at Gas Pump

 

AAATampa, FL – On the week, AAA says gas prices are as much as nine cents cheaper in every state except California, (+5 cents), Florida (+4 cents), Ohio (+2 cents) and South Carolina (+1 cent).

Hurricane Dorian has been the driver for the increases in Florida and, most likely, South Carolina.

Hurricane Dorian Puts Pressure on Florida Gas Prices. (AAA)

Hurricane Dorian Puts Pressure on Florida Gas Prices. (AAA)

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AAA says National Gas Price Average for Labor Day on Track to Be Cheapest in Three Years

 

AAATampa, FL – At $2.59, AAA says the national gas price average is poised to be potentially the cheapest Labor Day weekend average in three years. Today’s average is already nearly a quarter cheaper than during last year’s holiday ($2.83) and four cents cheaper than 2017’s Labor Day ($2.63).

“For Americans who bookend summer with road trips, they will find gas prices this coming weekend that are cheaper than this past Memorial Day and last year’s Labor Day holiday,” said Jeanette Casselano, AAA spokesperson.

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AAA reports Gas Demand at All-Time High, Slowing Pump Price Decreases

 

AAATampa, FL – AAA says summer may be ending, but gasoline demand is soaring to new heights. In its latest reading, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) recorded demand at 9.93 million b/d, the highest since the agency began recording data in 1991.

As demand jumped, gasoline stocks fell by 1.4 million bbl and pump prices slowed their decline on the week.

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AAA reports Domestic Gasoline Stocks Soar, Push Down Gas Prices

 

AAATampa, FL – AAA says the national gas price average, $2.64, represents a seven-cent drop on the week as domestic gasoline stocks built by a surprising 4.4 million bbl, according to the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest data.

Contributing to the build was at least 1.2 million b/d of imports at U.S. ports. With the large bump, stocks now sit 235 million bbl – a U.S. stock level not seen in nearly five months (end of March).

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AAA says National Gas Price Average Cheaper on the Week, Month and Year

 

AAATampa, FL – AAA reports that the average national gas price dropped by two cents to $2.71 on the week. This is less expensive than a week, a month (-4 cent) and a year (-15 cents) ago. Prices are cheaper as demand saw a small dip on the week, even though overall demand remains robust for the summer.

“While gas prices continue to drop, the rate at which they are decreasing has slowed,” said Jeanette Casselano, AAA spokesperson.

Tennessee is one of the nation’s top 10 least expensive gas markets. (AAA)

Tennessee is one of the nation’s top 10 least expensive gas markets. (AAA)

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AAA reports Gas Prices slide lower for a Another Week

 

AAATampa, FL – Today’s national average is $2.73. While this is two cents more expensive than on the same day last month, it is three cents cheaper than last week and 12-cents less expensive than a year ago.

“Gas prices this month are on average a dime less expensive than in July 2018. These less expensive gas prices have encouraged summer road trips as evidenced by robust demand numbers since May,” said Jeanette Casselano, AAA spokesperson.

Gas prices at the pump continue to fall. (AAA)

Gas prices at the pump continue to fall. (AAA)

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AAA reports Gas Price Increases at the Pump Slowing Across the Country

 

AAATampa, FL – On the week, AAA says all but eight states saw gas price averages push cheaper or remain stable. At $2.76, the national gas price average is three cents less expensive than last Monday. This is the first time in four weeks that the national average has seen a weekly decline.

“Gasoline stocks remain robust amid a recent dip in demand, which could be one reason we are seeing pump prices starting to roll back,” said Jeanette Casselano, AAA spokesperson.

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AAA says Gas Prices are rising this Summer

 

AAATampa, FL – As summer temperatures rise, so are gas prices according to AAA. State averages have jumped, pushing up the national average nearly a dime to $2.75 in the last 15 days.

In addition to rising gasoline demand, 13 states this month have introduced new gas taxes that have contributed to the national average increase. Those states include California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Vermont.

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AAA says Going Against Usual Trends, Demand Drives Gas Prices Down Even Lower

 

AAATampa, FL – For the week ending June 14th, 2019, U.S. gasoline demand hit its highest level at 9.93 million b/d. It is the highest level ever recorded since the Energy Information Administration (EIA) began publishing data in 1991.

Counterintuitively, as motorists drive demand to new heights, pump prices pushed even cheaper across the country on the week. This is due to the recent trend in cheaper crude pricing and because crude comprises roughly 60% of the costs people pay at the pump, drivers are seeing summer savings.

Gas Prices continue to fall at the Pump despite rising demand. (AAA)

Gas Prices continue to fall at the Pump despite rising demand. (AAA)

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