gas prices

Gas Prices Drop, But Will They Stay Low?
Gas Prices Drop, But Will They Stay Low?
Gas Prices Drop, But Will They Stay Low?
"Low" is a relative term.  Everyone wishes gas prices were a buck a gallon, but at least prices are a lot lower than that $4 mark we flirted with several months ago.  The average right now in Texas is $2.36 per gallon.  But will prices go up?
Gas Prices Fall Across East Texas
Gas Prices Fall Across East Texas
Gas Prices Fall Across East Texas
Have you driven by a Lufkin gas station lately and done a double take to make sure you’re not seeing things? Prices at some stations have dropped below the $3 mark.  Good news if you’re traveling for Christmas. In mid to late November, gas prices in East Texas were about 15 cents higher than they are now. A gallon of gas averages about $3.10 in Texas, down from $3.25 around Thanksgiving.
Gas Prices in East Texas Flirting With the $4 Mark
Gas Prices in East Texas Flirting With the $4 Mark
Gas Prices in East Texas Flirting With the $4 Mark
School will be out soon and summer vacations will begin. Will gas prices keep you close to home? For some it’s “gas prices be darned … road trip ON!!” Most gas prices in East Texas are still below $4 per gallon, but some stations are flirting with that $4 mark. Find out where the cheapest gas is here.
15 Clever Ways to Save Money on Gas
15 Clever Ways to Save Money on Gas
15 Clever Ways to Save Money on Gas
Turmoil in the Middle East is nothing new. Gas prices going up is nothing new. What is new is the possibility that we could be looking at prices at the pump lurking in the neighborhood of $5 a gallon by the summer. And that’s painful.
Just How High Will Gas Prices Go in 2012? – Dollars and Sense
Just How High Will Gas Prices Go in 2012? – Dollars and Sense
Just How High Will Gas Prices Go in 2012? – Dollars and Sense
Remember the summer of 2008 when the highest gas prices on record occurred and the price for a gallon of fuel hit $4.11? Hate to break this to yah, but a warm winter and tensions in the Middle East have some analysts predicting current prices will top $4 by this spring — and could even climb as high as $6.50.
Gas Prices Drop as Consumer Demand Falls
Gas Prices Drop as Consumer Demand Falls
Gas Prices Drop as Consumer Demand Falls
Thanks to a steep drop in crude-oil prices, gas costs have fallen below $3 a gallon in parts of Michigan, Missouri and Texas, and are expected to decline in many other states as well. Call it an unexpected bright spot in the global economic crisis. Now that drivers have cut back on trips, shippers are moving fewer goods, and vacationers are staying closer to home, the demand for gasoline, diesel a