Before you pull into your neighborhood gas station anxious to see a dramatic drop in prices because the state is dumping summer blend RVP gasoline, there is something you should know.
ropical Storm Isaac is miles and miles from Pittsburgh, but it could still affect your wallet. Don Bowers, from Superior Petroleum, says wholesale prices have already jumped as refineries along the Gulf Coast shut down.
Gas prices have been going down in recent weeks. It’s all good news for Memorial Day weekend drivers. “I don’t think you’re going to see any increases,” Don Bowers, of Superior Petroleum, said. “I think if anything, you’re going to see some decreases around the area.”
Those who sell gasoline in the Pittsburgh area say they can’t put numbers on it yet, but they do know we are using less gas.
Local gas prices are on their way back up. The local average is $3.89. The local wholesale price of gas took a considerable jump earlier this week.
While Hurricane Irene batters the east coast, don’t let the nice weather here fool you. Higher gasoline prices in this area could be the result.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to suppliers and listeners about gas stations running out of gas and raising prices.
Gas prices have jumped 33 cents in the past month, but oil prices are going down. That means relief for drivers is coming – just not immediately.
Gas prices continue to climb upward, but there’s an even bigger issue growing in Pittsburgh – a potential gas shortage.
What will gas prices be like this holiday weekend? How will holiday travel be? Larry and John talk to Superior Petroleum’s Don Bowers and AAA’s Jim Lehman to discuss everything you need to hit the […]