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How gas prices in Texas have changed in the last week

Here's how gasoline prices in Texas have changed in the last week

The national average price for a gallon of gasoline fell last week, reaching a lower price than at the same time in the previous two years. It is the lowest level since the Russia-Ukraine war began in 2022, which sent prices rising well above normal levels for much of the year.

Factors responsible for the lower prices include weak demand, rising inventories in the US and the decision by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to gradually reduce production cuts.

The lowest gas prices this week are in the Gulf Coast states. In states like Indiana, Alaska, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Kentucky and Michigan, prices have dropped by 13 cents or more in the past week – the biggest price drops in the entire country.

Stacker has compiled statistics on gasoline prices in Texas. Gas prices are accurate as of June 7.

Texas in numbers
– Current gas price: $3.01
– Weekly change: -0.11 $ (-3.7%)
– Change from previous year: -0.09 USD (-2.8%)
– Historically expensive gas price: $4.70 (15.06.22)

– Diesel current price: $3.37
– Weekly change: -0.07 $ (-2.0%)
– Change from previous year: +0.04 USD (+1.3%)
– Historically expensive diesel price: $5.33 (19.06.22)

Cities with the most expensive gasoline in Texas
#1. El Paso: $3.25
#2. College Station-Bryan: $3.10
#3. Galveston-Texas City: $3.08
#4. Austin-San Marcos: $3.06
#5. Texarkana (TX only): $3.05
#6. Houston: $3.04
#7. Beaumont-Port Arthur: $3.02
#8th. Killeen Temple-Fort Hood: $2.99
#9. Longview: $2.99
#10. San Antonio: $2.98
#11. Dallas: $2.97
#12. Corpus Christi: $2.97
#13. Fort Worth-Arlington: $2.97
#14. Wichita Falls: $2.96
#15. Victoria: $2.94
#16. Waco: $2.94
#17. Abilene: $2.93
#18. Tyler: $2.92
#19. Midland: $2.91
#20. San Angelo: $2.91
#21. Odessa: $2.90
#22. McAllen-Edinburg Mission: $2.90
#23. Sherman Denison: $2.90
#24. Brownsville-Harlingen: $2.88
#25. Laredo: $2.85
#26. Lubbock: $2.82
#27. Amarillo: $2.79

Countries with the most expensive gas
#1. California: $4.96
#2. Hawaii: $4.76
#3. Washington: $4.43

Countries with the cheapest gas
#1. Mississippi: $2.97
#2. Arkansas: $2.99
#3. Oklahoma: $3.00

This story was written by Dom DiFurio and is part of a series leveraging data automation in 50 states.