Gas prices soar in U.S.

- February 28th, 2011

LA Times reports that gas price in U.S. reaches $3.383 a gallon.

LA Times reports that gas price in U.S. reaches $3.383 a gallon.

The press release is quoted as saying:

The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in the U.S. leaped to $3.383, up 19.4 cents in the week that ended Monday, the Energy Department said, following oil prices higher on unrest in Libya and the Mideast. That was 68 cents higher than a year earlier, bringing the average to the highest it has ever been for this time of the year but still well below the national record of $4.114 a gallon reached in July 2008.

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