The Reason Behind The Price Jump At The Pumpf you filled up your car recently, you might have noticed a price jump at the gas station. Gas prices went up about 10 cents a gallon in the Twin Cities Wednesday, and have gone up over 20 cents a gallon since last week.
Gas Prices Peaked For The Year, Experts SayYou may not have noticed much of a change at the gas pumps over the past week, but there is good news ahead -- experts say gas prices have hit their peak for the year.
N. Dakota Gas Prices Continue Decline But Rise Expected SoonThe average retail price of a gallon of gasoline in North Dakota has dropped further below $2, but prices are expected to start going in the opposite direction soon.
Good Question: Why Has The Cost Of Diesel Not Dropped?The cost to fill up at gas stations keeps going down. In the Twin Cities on Tuesday night, a gallon of regular was just $2.14 on average. But for drivers using diesel it's considerably more: $3.30 a gallon.
Bad Weather Could Impact Holiday Travel In DakotasBad weather could snarl Thanksgiving travel plans for residents of the Dakotas.
Good Question: Will We Ever Play Less Than $3 Per Gallon Again?According to AAA, the average cost of gas has been more than $3 per gallon for 1,000 days straight. It’s the longest streak ever for gas prices at this level. Right now, the average in Minnesota is $3.50 per gallon, slightly lower than the national average of $3.54 per gallon. Bob Darbelnet, president and CEO of AAA, says kiss the days of cheaper gas prices goodbye. “Paying less than $3 per gallon for gasoline may be automotive history for most Americans, like using 8-track tapes or going to a drive-in movie,” Darbelnet said.
Good Question: Why Do Gas Prices Go Up Faster Than They Go Down?Most of us don’t have a hard time finding the words to describe our feelings about the record-high gasoline prices facing Minnesota drivers. “Ridiculous” and “crazy” came from some gassing up in Uptown Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Good Question: ‘Reply All’: Where Does Minnesota's Gas Come From? Tom and Marcia Sheppleman asked: Where does Minnesota's gas come from?