Gas prices in Oklahoma have seen a steady decline in the last month, and that’s expected to continue moving forward.
On average, gas in Oklahoma costs $2.19 a gallon, six cents lower than last week. Meanwhile, the national average sits at $2.53 a gallon. Yet 18 states, including Oklahoma, have stations with gas prices lower than $1.99.
“People are traveling less overall compared to summer. And the winter gas blends that are made from the crude oil are less expensive. And so those two things combined, make for lower gas prices.”
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