Category Archive: Gasoline Prices in Oklahoma

AAA: Oklahoma Has Lowest Gas Prices in the Nation This Week

Gasoline prices now average $2.23 a gallon in Oklahoma, the lowest price in the nation this week according to new figures released by AAA on Monday. Prices have risen 16 cents since a year ago, largely due to the hurricanes that have impacted the Gulf states refineries.

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Gas Prices on the Rise Following Hurricane Harvey

Gasoline prices shot up across the country as Hurricane Harvey struck Texas, according to a weekly release by AAA Oklahoma.

Nationally, the average of $2.37 a gallon is up seven cents from one month ago and 16 cents higher than a year ago.

“No doubt, Harvey has impacted operations and access to refineries in …

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Gasoline Prices Slip in Oklahoma—Hold Steady Nationally

Gasoline prices slipped a penny in Oklahoma, reaching a new average this week of $2.12 a gallon according to a weekly release by AAA Oklahoma.

Nationally, the average of $2.35 a gallon remained flat for the week but still nine cents higher than one month ago and 22 cents cheaper than a year ago.

“Prices …

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Gasoline Averages $2.13 a Gallon in Oklahoma…..5th Lowest in the Nation

Oklahoma’s gasoline prices now average $2.13 a gallon, about the same as a week ago. They are also the 5th lowest statewide average in the U.S. according to AAA Oklahoma.

The national average price for regular unleaded gasoline is $2.35 a gallon and 23 cents higher than one year ago.

“With summer demand running …

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Slight Jump in Gasoline Prices Seen in Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s average gasoline prices rose 4.5 cents a gallon in the past week, reaching a new statewide average of $2.01 a gallon, according to AAA Oklahoma.

At the same time, the national average gas price rose 3 cents to reach $2.26 a gallon, an increase for the first time in five weeks. It means …

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Oklahoma Still Has Some of the Cheapest Gas in the Country

Gasoline prices now average $1.97 a gallon in Oklahoma, the third lowest state in the nation according to new figures from AAA Oklahoma. However, the average is a penny higher than a week ago.

Oklahoma is behind South Carolina where the average is $1.90 and Alabama where prices average $1.96 a gallon.

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Oklahoma Gasoline Prices Reach New Low for the Year

 

Gasoline prices in Oklahoma have fallen to a new low for the year as of this week, tumbling to a new level of $1.95 a gallon, according to a weekly report from AAA Oklahoma.

The new-weekly average puts Oklahoma with the second lowest price in the nation behind only South Carolina where the …

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AAA Oklahoma Reports State Gas Average of $1.95 a Gallon

Oklahoma now has the cheapest gas in the Midwest as the national average hit $2.26 per gallon, according to a report issued Tuesday by AAA Oklahoma.

After steadily rising slightly above $2 a gallon, Oklahoma’s average price for regular self-serve gasoline fell by a whopping 19 cents from a month ago to a statewide …

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Gasoline Prices Take Another Plunge in OKC and Across the State

A day after it was announced Oklahoma once again had the nation’s second lowest gasoline average of $2.05 a gallon, prices in the Oklahoma City metro plunged to $1.74 a gallon.

The $2.05 average statewide was announced Monday by AAA Oklahoma but Gas Buddy reported gasoline prices on Tuesday had dropped 31 cents below …

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Oklahoma has Nation’s 2nd Cheapest Gasoline Prices

Oklahoma continues with some of the cheapest gasoline in the country as this week’s average pump price is $2.09, a 3-cent increase in the past week according to the weekly report from AAA Oklahoma.

Surrounding states have prices about 3 cents higher including Arkansas and Missouri. The U.S. average is up slightly to $2.38 …

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