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The Average Price Of Gas Has Gone Over The Five Dollar A Gallon Mark In Arizona

The average price of regular gas has broken the five-dollar mark in Arizona. Triple-A Arizona says the average price of regular is now $5.08 a gallon, which is 16-cents higher than last week in the state. The average price of diesel is $5.60 a gallon, which is more than 11-cents higher than last week. Triple-A Arizona spokesman Aldo Vazquez says supply and demand, along with the high price of crude oil, remains the driver of the highest gas prices in U.S. history. He says, “nationwide crude oil has moved above $115 per barrel and that’s mostly due to fears of a further global supply constraint that is caused by an EU ban on Russian oil exports.” In Flagstaff, is still below five-dollars with the average price this week $4.89 a gallon, which is over nine cents a gallon more than a week ago. Diesel is $5.67 a gallon, which is up eight-cents a gallon from last week. In Prescott, the average price of regular gas is $4.75 a gallon, which is almost ten-cents greater than last week. Diesel is $5.61 a gallon, which is nearly 14-cents a gallon higher than a week ago.

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