It looks like the dip in gasoline prices is behind us, according to oil analyst Peter Beutel. He says it’s unusual for this time of year, since winter is far from over.
High gas prices are no surprise in the summer, but they’ve gone up this winter.
While there are some predictions of higher gas prices in December just in time for the holidays, oil analyst Peter Beutel believes prices, for the most part, have peaked.
Oil analyst Peter Beutel says that while the current national average for a gallon of regular gas is $3.45, here in our metropolitan area, the price is at least 40 cents higher.
Oil analyst Peter Beutel says prices are dropping and they should be reflected at the pump soon.
Oil company earnings won’t drive down prices at the gas pump, but one oil analyst has an idea about what might.
The current average price for regular gasoline in the Tri-State Area is about $3.27. The unrest in Libya could drive that even higher.
The temperatures are low and filling up at the gas station will leave our bank accounts the same way.
We used to hear that when the summer ends, gas prices go down, right? Wrong!
Oil analyst Peter Beutel says that’s provided we don’t see something like a hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico to push prices back up.