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Monday, February 27, 2017

Gas prices stable as U.S. boosts production

Gas prices remained stable in Delaware during the past week as the spring and summer driving season approaches.

The price at the pump averaged $2.21 in the state, down a penny from a week ago.

Wilmington-based AAA Atlantic reported that during the past week, retail gas averages moved downward by only a cent or two.

Prices continue to remain flat due to less driving and an oversupplied market, due to increased U.S. production. New individual and commercial vehicles are also more fuel efficient, putting further pressure on prices.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Stable? Should be going down. Who's keeping prices escalated?