The cost of gasoline has surged as a result of a boom in new oil production.
The latest news:Gasoline prices are up 4 cents a gallon.
The biggest gain has been in the Midwest, where consumers have spent a big chunk of their money on gasoline, driven by the production of shale oil and natural gas.
And they’ve spent more than they’ve ever before.
Gasoline is the cheapest form of fuel on the planet, but it’s only a fraction of the price of regular gasoline.
A gallon of regular gas will set you back about $3.50, according to the National Association of Realtors.
That’s a big jump from the $3 price of a gallon on Dec. 31.
But you’ll still pay $2 more for gasoline next month, according for gasoline stations.
That’s because the price for regular gasoline is up $1 a gallon and the wholesale price is down $1.
Gasoline has surged to about $4 a gallon in the last few weeks, according.
You can still buy a gallon for $2, but you won’t be getting that much more.
The average price of gasoline in the U.S. is $2.94 a gallon, according the U