Gasoline prices rise in Oklahoma after weeks of stability

Much of this week’s increase can be traced to the rising price of crude oil, said Chuck Mai with AAA Oklahoma. Since late last year, the price of gasoline fell even as crude oil rose. Now they appear to be back to the historical norm of rising together.

BY PAUL MONIES Published: January 26, 2013
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Gasoline prices are rising again after several weeks of stability at the start of the year.

The average price for a gallon of regular gasoline in Oklahoma City was $3.11 early Friday, up from $2.98 a week ago, according to AAA Oklahoma. Prices were lower in Tulsa, with the average price at $3.05 on Friday. That’s compared to $2.93 last week.

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