(Washington, February 8, 2016) Domestic crude oil inventories reached their highest level for this time of year in nearly eight decades, and barring any major disruptions in supply, gas prices are likely to remain near their lowest price point since the Great Recession in the near term.
(Washington, February 1, 2016) Drivers are saving more than $1 per gallon ($1.01) from the 2015 peak price reached this past June, and the national average has spent 32 consecutive days below the $2 per gallon benchmark. Today’s average price of $1.80 per gallon is the lowest price for gasoline since January 2009.
(Washington, January 25, 2016) Gas prices have spent 25 consecutive days below $2 per gallon and could head lower still as reduced seasonal demand and falling crude oil costs combine to send pump prices to the lowest mark in six years.
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