Oregon Triple A : Gas Prices Holding Steady

The national average is decreasing, but the Oregon average is holding steady. Triple A of Oregon reports that gas prices are decreasing or holding steady in most cities this week, despite conflicts in oil producing countries and declining domestic refinery production. The national average for unleaded goes down one-and-a-half cents this week to $3.47 while Oregon’s average remains at $3.90 per gallon.

The national average is at its lowest price since March of this year. The Oregon average is at its lowest price since mid-June. Drivers in the Pacific states continue to pay the highest prices in the country per gallon for unleaded. The top five most expensive states are Hawaii, Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington.

This entry was posted on Friday, August 15th, 2014 and is filed under Local News, State News.