Gasoline prices continued their downward trend in Arizona this week as the statewide average price per gallon fell by 15 cents.
AAA reported Thursday. Arizonans were paying about $4.10. The average occupancy rate in the state is 57 cents higher than the U.S. average.
As October draws to a close, the month has seen some decent results across the state, with pump prices down a total of 59 cents since the end of September.
Compared to September, when the state added 37 cents to the average price of resources, Arizonans are seeing a drop of 22 cents.
Arizona remains among the top 10 most expensive states in the nation, stuck in seventh place, according to AAA.
Arizona was second only to California in terms of the largest decrease reported, dropping 17 cents from the nation’s leading average price of $5.35.
for as a whole in the united states, the pump total was down just 3 cents from the previous week, with the national average settling at $3.53.according to AAA Weekly ReportThursday’s U.S. average is 30 cents lower than in September and 23 cents lower than this time in 2022.
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AAA spokesman Andrew Gross said higher oil prices continue to trigger modest price declines, even as demand declines.
“Oil markets are extremely sensitive to global developments, and concerns about escalating war in the Middle East are currently driving oil prices higher,” Gross said in a statement. “Domestically, motorists will see pump prices continue this gradual decline into the holiday season.”
Recently published data are Energy Information Management BureauAs cited by AAA, it shows demand fell from 8.94 million barrels per day to 8.86 million barrels per day. Accordingly, total domestic inventories increased slightly to 223.5 million barrels of crude oil.
Total domestic crude oil supply also increased to 1.4 million barrels, bringing the total to 421.1 million barrels.
Near the end of Wednesday’s official trading session, West Texas Intermediate rose $1.65, pushing its price to $85.29.
Where is gas cheapest in the US?
|California: $5.35 (-0.17)||Georgia: $2.99 (-0.04)|
|Hawaii: $4.76 (-0.01)||Mississippi: $3.00 (-0.04)|
|Washington: $4.74 (-0.10)||Texas: $3.02 (-0.01)|
|Nevada: $4.63 (-0.09)||Louisiana: $3.07 (-0.03)|
|Oregon: $4.40 (-0.08)||Alabama: $3.07 (-0.02)|
|Alaska: $4.33 (-0.11)||South Carolina: $3.10|
|Arizona: $4.10 (-0.15)||Arkansas: $3.11 (-0.04)|
|Idaho: $3.91 (-0.05)||Tennessee: $3.14 (+0.03)|
|Montana: $3.85 (-0.06)||Kentucky: $3.19 (+0.01)|
|Utah: $3.79 (-0.09)||Delaware: $3.20 (+0.10)|
How much does gas cost throughout Arizona?
There was a wide range of price declines across the board. counties in arizona since last week.
The three counties that saw the biggest declines were Maricopa, Pinal and Greenlee, each with a drop of more than 20 cents below the average.
Graham County has surpassed Maricopa County as the region with the highest gas prices in the state.
Pima County remains the cheapest gasoline option in the state, with an 11-cent price drop to an average price of $3.79 per gallon.
The situation in the remaining states is as follows.
- Graham: $4.27 (-0.04)
- Maricopa: $4.21 (-0.20)
- Mojave: $4.19 (-0.12)
- Coconino: $4.17 (-0.09)
- Yavapai: $4.08 (-0.13)
- Gila: $4.08 (-0.07)
- Pinal: $4.06 (-0.21)
- Santa Cruz: $4.02 (-0.06)
- La Paz: $4.01 (-0.01)
- Navajo: $3.94 (-0.10)
- Yuma: $3.92 (-0.07)
- Apache: $3.90 (-0.05)
- Cochise: $3.86 (-0.08)
- Greenlee: $3.82 (-0.23)
- Pima: $3.79 (-0.11)