Retail gasoline prices have taken a tumble this week across Texas.
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Retail gasoline prices in Texas and nationwide have slipped a penny this week.
As a rule, gasoline prices typically begin to fall after Labor Day, but Isaac may put a kink in that.
Retail gasoline prices across Texas have gone up 2 cents this week.
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The most expensive gasoline statewide was in Dallas and Fort Worth, at an average $3.78 per gallon. Amarillo has the least expensive gasoline this week, costing $3.58 per gallon.
It’s still below the national average but that’s no consolation for north Texans who have no choice but to pay up when they fill up.
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Refining cutbacks due to slumping demand and global political and economic tensions are being blamed for climbing gasoline prices in Texas and nationally.
The average price of a gallon of gas crept up slightly in Texas this week. The state-wide average is $3.25, which is two cents higher than last week.