How Low Can Those Gas Prices Go?

Down down down.

Those prices at gas pumps in San Antonio, around the State, and across the coiuntry continue to fall–and the experts expect the trend will continue for at least several more weeks.

“There’s still further room to fall… as we’ve seen with the three to five-cent decrease every week” said’s Will Speer, who told KTSA News the big glut of supply on the market right now continues to drive those prices lower.

“We’ve gained nearly 88-million barrels of crude in one year” Speer said.

And, if you think prices are low right now in San Antonio, you can find “bargains” in other places.

“In the Texas area, we’re seeing people post (prices) as low as the $1.30’s–versus Oklahoma, where stations have started to post as low as $1.25” Speer said.



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