Kansas City Confronts Gas Price Confusion

Actually . . .

It's not confusing at all . . . 

The price of gas is steadily rising with standard fluctuations on curve that has been trending up until it all runs out.

However . . . Check a recent contradiction, maybe a ray of hope and than the depressing big picture: 


“The national average has fallen about 3 cents a gallon since the last week, but Kansas City is down about 12 cents a gallon in the last week,” GasBuddy’s Head of Petroleum Patrick De Haan said.

But some drivers in the KC metro said they’re still waiting for that relief at the pump.

Another outlet reports . . . 

"Last month, the U.S. Energy Information Association calculated that the average price for all grades and formulations nation wide was $3.95. This morning, the American Automobile Association puts the national average for a gallon of regular gas at $3.81. By historical standards, that’s really high; in fact, that $3.95 average in September appears to be the highest in the EIA’s records for that month."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

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The $3.95 national average cost of a gallon of regular gasoline in September was the highest in the EIA's records for that month.

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