San Antonio gas prices climb 3 cents in the past week

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) – It’s good news bad news at the gas pumps.

Triple A Texas is reporting that the statewide average is down a penny from last week.

However, the average price per gallon in San Antonio is up. Joshua Zuber at Triple A Texas says Alamo City drivers are seeing a 3 cent increase over last week, with an average price of $1.89.

“That’s still a lot less than the $2.18 cents we were paying a year ago.”

Zuber says a nationwide drop in demand plus an oversupply of gasoline are keeping prices in check for now.

“OPEC has reduced their production, so we’ll have to wait and see how much of an impact that has at the fuel pump in the early part of 2019.”



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