DFW area pump prices are continuing to decline, with the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline now at $3.05 in the Fort Worth-Arlington area, according to a report today by auto club AAA, Oil Price Information Service and Wright Express.
The average price has tumbled 10 cents in the past week and 25 cents in the past month.
Some stations are now selling regular for less than $2.95 a gallon, according to postings at GasBuddy.com.
The average Fort Worth-Arlington area prices for other fuel grades are: mid-grade, $3.23; premium, $3.40; and diesel, $3.77.
The average area price of $3.05 for regular is seven cents below the Texas average of $3.12 and a full quarter below the national norm of $3.30.
Hawaii has the highest average price, $4.13, and Alaska is second, at $4.02.
Missouri has the lowest-priced gas, with a $3.03 average for regular, while New Mexico is second at $3.07. South Carolina is third at $3.10, with Texas and Oklahoma tied for fourth at $3.12.
Read more: http://blogs.star-telegram.com/barnett_shale/2011/11/local-gasoline-prices-still-falling.html#ixzz1ewyXef24