Despite Middle East conflict, New England gasoline prices drop - Times Argus


Before the U.S. became oil and gas-independent, warfare and refinery destruction in the middle east was a sure sign that energy prices would be on the rise. But the latest Gasbuddy report shows that gasoline prices in New England have actually declined. 

"The latest GasBuddy price reports show New Hampshire's prices dropped 1.6 cents per gallon in the last week, to $2.46. Vermont's went down slightly, to $2.63 per gallon. Maine's price also fell slightly, to $2.54 per gallon."

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  • C Henry
    commented 2019-10-01 16:01:11 -0400
    Apparently, they haven’t driven in Chittenden County specifically in
    the Burlington Area !!

    The three suppliers have one goal "Greed " with its stranglehold on the
    Citizens gas prices $2.72 – 2.78 and one crook on Williston road, is at