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Oregon 5th highest gas prices!

May 27, 2018

By Oregon Small Business Association Foundation,

Motorists in Oregon are paying the fifth-highest price for a gallon of gas in the nation this spring.

The average price for a gallon of regular gas cost $3.34 May 25 in Oregon, which is 37 cents more per gallon than the national average of $2.97, according to the AAA of Oregon.

Increased demand for gasoline for summer driving prompted the price increase, according to a Portland Tribune article in early April. Until this spring, gas prices hadn’t topped $3 a gallon since 2015.

The West Coast has the nation’s highest gas prices. For regular, Californians paid the highest average price per gallon at $3.73, with Hawaii at $3.71, Washington $3.47, Alaska $3.39, and Oregon $3.34. Nevada motorists paid a penny less per gallon.

The cheapest gasoline in the nation can be bought in Alabama and Mississippi, at $2.65 a gallon, while it’s a penny more per gallon in South Carolina and two cents more in Louisiana.

The price for diesel in Oregon average $3.40 per gallon.

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Michelle Johnston May 30, 2018

Makes no sense at all….I thought they were going to save money money when they made the stations self serve? Which liberal pocket is it going into I wonder

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