Gas prices are dropping fast, as inventories rise and demand drops.
Gas prices are dropping fast, as inventories rise and demand drops. Average prices across North Dakota are now $3.71 a gallon, down from a statewide average of $3.89 last month.
Some stations in the F-M area were nudging $4.00 a gallon just four weeks ago. Prices now range from $3.51 to $3.69.
Patrick Dehaan, a petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com, expects the trend to continue for awhile yet.
Pump prices in western North Dakota still remain high, around $3.95 a gallon. Prices in the Twin Cities have dropped to as low as $3.29 a gallon.
(KFGO News file photo)