Gas prices see a steady decline across the 4-States

Gas prices see a steady decline across the 4-States
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PITTSBURG, Kan. – Gas prices across the 4-States have seen a slow, yet steady decline in recent weeks.

The national average price of diesel has declined 10.8 cents in the last week and stands at $5.54 per gallon.

Experts expect prices to continue to fall.

“Barring major hurricanes, outages or unexpected disruptions, I forecast the national average to fall to $3.99/gal by mid-August,” said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy. “So far, we’ve seen the national average drop for 34 straight days, with over 25,000 stations now back at $3.99 per gallon or less, and thousands more stations will join this week.

Kansas

June 23rd average: $4.63 – July 18 average: $4.34

The price for a gallon of gas in Kansas has fallen 10.2 cents in the last week according to AAA

Oklahoma

June 23rd average: $4.62 – July 18 average: $4.22

The price per gallon in Oklahoma has fallen around 22 cents in the last week according to AAA

This is the most dramatic price drop across each of the four states.

Arkansas

June 23rd average: $4.49 – July 18 average $4.14

The average price per gallon in Arkansas is down 13 cents from the previous AAA report.

Arkansas prices remain the lowest in the area.

Missouri

June 23rd average: $4.64 – July 18 average: $4.25

The average price per gallon of gas in Missouri is down 15 cents from last week.

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