Gas Price Drop of 30 to 50 Cents Per Gallon Expected in Next Few Weeks

By:  Raven Clabough
08/15/2011
       
Gas Price Drop of 30 to 50 Cents Per Gallon Expected in Next Few Weeks

At a time when each day seems to bring more dire news regarding the economy, Americans have one silver lining: the price at the pump is going down. According to energy experts, gas prices should fall anywhere from 30 to 50 cents per gallon over the next several weeks.

Crude oil for September delivery dropped to $81.03 a barrel in New York futures trading, but later closed at $85.72 a barrel. Earlier in the week, oil was as low as $79.30 a barrel.

At a time when each day seems to bring more dire news regarding the economy, Americans have one silver lining: the price at the pump is going down. According to energy experts, gas prices should fall anywhere from 30 to 50 cents per gallon over the next several weeks.

Crude oil for September delivery dropped to $81.03 a barrel in New York futures trading, but later closed at $85.72 a barrel. Earlier in the week, oil was as low as $79.30 a barrel.

In California, gas prices dropped from $3.81 to $3.76 in just a week, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report. Nationally, gas prices stand at $3.62, down from $3.70 a week earlier.

Patrick DeHaan, senior energy analyst for GasBuddy.com, observes, ...

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