Posted on · Prices at the pump increased by about 10 cents during the last week and figure to keep rising because of increased demand and stagnant supply, according to a Houston consulting firm.
Posted on · High prices at the pump this spring and early summer have caused people to limit their driving and their purchases at the pump.
Posted on · Reduced U.S. and European refining capacity, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and even Chinese export limits are all combining to send prices at the pump far higher than they were the last time crude oil traded in the $100-a-barrel range.
Posted on · AAA experts say gasoline prices through the Independence Day holiday remained steady or declined slightly in most Texas cities
Posted on · Houston saw an average price of $2.75, 2 cents less than last week
Posted on · Those prices aren’t expected to drop anytime soon
Posted on · Gasoline prices across the U.S. jumped 8 cents this week to average $2.65 per gallon
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: We consider our city’s history of trying to ban plastic bags and why those efforts have failed. Then, we learn how fluctuating gas prices affect Houston's economy. Plus, we discuss whether Houston is any closer to living up to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream than we were a generation ago. And we preview the Battle of the Bands marching competition.
Posted on · Association officials predict 8 million Texans will hit the road this week for holiday-related travel