Texas Average Gas Price Remains More or Less Same Compared to Last Week
News from AAA Texas Weekend Gas Watch showed that price of gas touched its decade low in the week.
According to the news, "The 2016 summer driving season is officially underway and drivers are paying the lowest gas prices for this time of year in more than a decade."
The release also said that are demands are expected to be at their record high this summer driving season, which will also elevate the gasoline demand. This year, the Memorial Day holiday gas prices were the cheapest since
The refineries across the nation are working to prepare enough stocks to meet the demands of the record-breaking season. The release said, "If they are able to keep pace, pump prices should remain relatively lower."
Average gas price in Texas is $2.12 per gallon for regular unleaded fuel which is 4 cents more compared to last week and 39 cents less for a gallon compared to one year ago. Among the Texas metropolitan areas, in Dallas and Fort Worth the average gas price is the maximum $2.19 a gallon. People at Corpus Christi are paying $2.04 a gallon, least in the state.
The national average is $2.33, 2 cents more per gallon compared to last week and 42 cents lower than one year back.