Survey Shows Gas Prices Up Almost 8 Cents a Gallon

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) - The twice-monthly Lundberg Survey finds the price of regular gasoline has risen nearly 8 cents a gallon to $2.99.

The price of mid-grade gasoline is now $3.12 a gallon and premium is $3.23 a gallon, according to analyst Trilby Lundberg. The U.S. average for diesel was $3.29.

Lundberg says the highest gas price in the country was recorded in San Francisco at $3.29 a gallon. The low, $2.68, was in Denver.

The national increase for regular was 7.59 cents a gallon. Diesel fuel went up 6.24 cents a gallon.

The survey was completed Friday.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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  • by Oil Can Harry on Dec 20, 2010 at 05:19 AM
    Thanks to the current Administrations band on drilling in our own country the price of gas and diesel will continue to rise. OPEC and other Oil Producing countries will continue to drain American Dollars out of our economy sending those dollars overseas. The Gulf Oil Tragedy,The government failed to conduct proper inspections of drilling procedures and practices of BP to start with,the American Citizen will pay the price for incompetence.
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