Gas is cheaper in the US now

Posted on Wednesday, 13 November 2013 , 20:11:58 byIulia

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Gas is cheaper in the US now

As you all know, different rumours have been released regarding the price of the fuel in the US. A lot of analysts had an argument and mentioned the fact that the low gas price is a matter of the past and that drivers should get used to  having to pay ,pre than 4$ per one gallon of gas in the US., or even 5$ in some cases. His was the argument about actually. Now the thing is that as you have probably noticed, the price did not go us, but on the contrary, the average price for one gallon in the US, at least is $3.19. There are different states that have even lower rates, which means that the price dropped under the $3 mark. These states are Arkansas, Kansas, Loisiana, Missoui, Oklahoma and Texas. This can only qualify as good news, so good job. The prices we have just mentioned are in fact average price, so nothing really set. CNN declared that the Oil Price Information Service mentioned the fact that almost 20% of gas stations across the US are in fact charging less than $3 per gallon for just a regular litre. As you already know, it is not that difficult to find states that have gas at 3$ or less per gallon. It is true, these prices are averages, and can be misleading at some points, but this is the situation. At least it helps to make an idea on what we were talking about. Just as an example, a large station with low prices might sell 750.000 gallons per month and one with high prices can sell up to around 100.000 gallons each month. Hopefully these figures will help you in any way.