Oklahoma gasoline prices are at their lowest level in more than three months, falling 13 cents in the last four weeks to reach a statewide average of $1.94 a gallon, according to AAA Oklahoma. The Sooner State now has the second lowest gasoline price in the nation.
“Today’s state average – $1.943 per gallon – is less than half the state’s all-time high of $3.955 set on July 16, 2008,” said Chuck Mai, spokesman for AAA Oklahoma.
Nationally, prices remain relatively flat compared to one week ago, coming in with a nationwide average of $2.22, one cent more than a week ago. It’s also four cents cheaper than a month ago.
Bartlesville has the lowest average at $1.77, a drop of 16 cents in the past week. The average in Muskogee is down to $1.79 and in Lawton, the average is $1.82. Guymon has the highest price at $2.10. Stillwater is second highest at $2.08 and Ponca City’s average dropped 9 cents in the past week to reach $2.02 a gallon. Oklahoma City’s average is $1.97 while Tulsa is lower at $1.90.
The nation’s least expensive states are Missouri ($1.93), Oklahoma ($1.94), Arkansas ($1.98), Kansas ($1.99) and Texas ($2.02).
The West Coast remains the most expensive region in the country, led by Hawaii ($2.92), California ($2.80), Washington ($2.72), Alaska ($2.63) and Oregon ($2.53).