(WJZ) —The cost of gas is up across
the country, including in Maryland, and is inching toward the
highest price in three years.
is going up about a penny every other day — 15 cents in the past
be paying the highest prices for this time of year since 2014,” said
Christine Delise with AAA.
companies are changing over to a different summer blend. To do
so, some refineries shut down, leading to the classic market
principal of supply and demand. A tighter supply means they can
demand more for your fuel.
is up as people are driving more, and crude oil prices are up $15
per barrel compared to this time last year.
time crude oil prices rise a dollar, consumers will pay roughly 2.4
cents more per gallon,” Delise said.
week, the average price in marylMarylandxactly the same as the
nationwide average of $2.67 a gallon.