Summer gasoline prices: Steady as they go

Jun 6, 2014
Declining demand for gasoline coupled with increased oil refining capacity in the U.S. should help to keep the price of gas this summer below $4 per gallon in the Midwest, barring any disruption of supply, Purdue University Energy Economist Wally Tyner says.

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