Gas Prices: Week Ending 10 March 2014 – 3.1 Cent Gasoline Price Rise
Econintersect: Average gasoline prices rose an average of 3.1 cents nationwide this past week following the previous week’s rise of 3.3 cents. Since 09 September, gas prices have declined 9.4 cents.
Average prices by region and a breakdown by grade follow after the “Read more >>”.
At the end of the article is a Gas Buddy graphic with access to local gasoline prices anywhere in the country.
The graph represents the weighted average of gasoline based on sampling of approximately 900 retail outlets, 8:00AM Monday. The price represents self-service unless only full-service is available and includes all taxes. See (http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/petroleum/data_publications/wrgp/mogas_home_page.html) for further definitions. All Formulations includes both conventional gasoline and reformulated gasoline.
Average Prices – East Coast (blue line), Midwest (red line), Gulf Coast (green line), Rocky Mountains (orange line) and West Coast (violet line)
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Average Prices – Premium (red line) and Regular (blue line)
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