Gas prices up 4 cents per gallon in Rhode Island, to $2.73

Gas prices up 4 cents per gallon in Rhode Island, to $2.73

Gas prices up 4 cents per gallon in Rhode Island, to $2.73

AAA Northeast is a not-for-profit auto club with 62 offices in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Hampshire and NY, providing more than 2 million local AAA members with travel, insurance, finance, and auto-related services. At this time, Hurricane Irma is moving near the Florida Keys.

The average price of diesel jumped 16 cents to $2.73 per gallon.

KINGSTON, N.Y. The average retail gasoline price in NY state rose another 3.6 cents per gallon last week, reaching $2.79 per gallon, but might have experienced its post-Harvey peaked, an industry analyst says.

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Gas prices in Valdosta surged last week thanks to two hurricanes, pipeline woes and panic buying.

As per a record in the Lundberg Survey that holds since 2011, this is the highest price hike ever as said by Trilby Lundberg, the Industry analyst, on Sunday. Today 69% of the gas stations in the U.S. are selling gas for $2.50 or more with only California, Hawaii and the State of Washington selling gas for $3 or more. Crude oil prices have been climbing since last week as a result of the demand stemming from production and Gulf Coast refineries coming back online. Gas prices climbed last week during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which cut US refining capacity, and in anticipation of Hurricane Irma's impact. Once power is restored and roads open, gasoline deliveries will resume.

AAA's Lloyd Albert says gas supplies dropped last week.

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