AUSTIN (KXAN) – Drivers in Texas do not pay nearly as much at the pump as most people in the country, according to AAA Texas.
The average price of gas in the state of Texas is $ 2.97 for a gallon of plain unleaded fuel. This is one cent more than Oklahoma, which has the lowest average in the country. California has the highest of any state at $ 4.70.
AAA Texas said the state’s average price is two cents less than it was a week ago, but $ 1.13 more expensive per capita. gallon compared to this time last year.
In Texas, on average, El Paso drivers pay the most at $ 3.18 per tonne. gallons, while drivers in Amarillo pay at least $ 2.81 per gallon. gallon.
According to the latest data from the Energy Information Administration, the demand for gasoline fell from week to week in the US by almost 6%, but the demand for gasoline is still high. The national average for a gallon of plain lead-free is $ 3.38, an increase of $ 1.22 compared to the price per gallon. gallon this time last year.
West Texas Intermediate crude is below $ 70 a barrel for the first time since early September. Prices fell after the news of the new omicron COVID-19 variant that spread across the globe.
AAA Texas says it is too early to say whether a global iconic downturn caused by the latest variant will push oil prices lower in the future.
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