Category: Gasoline Prices in Oklahoma

Increased gasoline prices hold steady in Oklahoma

  Gasoline prices are holding at higher amounts this week, reaching an average of $3.22 per gallon across Oklahoma. It’s a penny less than a week ago but 15 cents more than one month ago reports the American Automobile Association. Still, you could live in California where the average is up to $5.45 a gallon. …

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Energy quick reads

** Gasoline prices are expected to rise over the next few days — but not necessarily because of turmoil in the Middle East. Over the next day or so, states in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic are expected to switch to more expensive gasoline blends for the summer, leading to higher prices at the pump. ** The Biden administration on Monday …

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Filling up at the gas pumps costs more in Oklahoma than a year ago

    Forget the thought of falling gasoline prices. Oklahomans are now paying far more for a gallon of gasoline than they did one year ago. The statewide average, according to AAA Oklahoma, reached $3.19 this week, a penny higher than a week ago, 32 cents more than a month ago and 18 cents higher …

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Crude oil ended weaker following Thursday’s trading

Weaker U.S. gasoline demand data led Thursday to a drop in crude oil prices. Adding to the pressure was a UN draft resolutlion that called for a ceasefire in Gaza. West Texas Intermediate crude for May fell 20 cents or 0.3% to $81.07 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Global benchmark Brent crude …

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Kansas wants to try a “tax by the mile”

    The Kansas Transportation Department is launching an experiment to switch from paying taxes at the fuel pumps to paying taxes on each mile driven by motorists. The state has asked for volunteers in a pilot program that begins in April. An alternative system where drivers are charged for miles driven will be studied. …

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From soaring gasoline prices to spy planes in Oklahoma—Mitchell Talks Energy

What’s up at Mitchell Talks Energy with Jerry Bohnen? This week we discuss the sudden rise in gasoline prices just as the clock springs forward one hour. Why do we have to suffer this every year at the same time? Plus ‘spy’ planes and why they represent new jobs in Oklahoma!  

Nebraska woman took advantage of rewards card to tune of $27,000

  Taking advantage of a software update for her rewards card, a Nebraska woman managed to steal more than 7,000 gallons of gas worth more than $27,000. Reports say the woman used her rewards card from Pump and Pantry in Lincoln, Nebraska more than 500 times in a six-month period. Police say the woman used …

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Gasoline prices up more than 40 cents in past month in Oklahoma

  Gasoline prices rose again in the past week reaching a new average of $3.08 a gallon in Oklahoma and $3.39 across the U.S. But compared to a month ago, prices are up more than 40 cents per gallon in some areas of the state. Prices in Oklahoma now average more than a year ago …

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Ouch! Gas prices jump back to more than $3 a gallon in Oklahoma

    In case you haven’t noticed, gasoline prices are back up to more than $3 a gallon in Oklahoma, thanks to a 14-cent jump in the past week. AAA Oklahoma reports the average price this week is $3.03 per gallon, 36 cents higher than a month ago when the average was $2.67 a gallon. …

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Clean Air Standards Act becomes law in New Mexico

  New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham this week signed House Bill 41, Clean Transportation Fuel Standards, into law, making the state the fourth in the nation to enact the standards.  HB41 allows producers and importers of low-carbon transportation fuels to generate clean fuel credits to sell to producers and importers of high-carbon transportation fuels. …

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