On Thursday, Louisville drivers may have noticed gas prices spiking nearly 30 cents at some stations.
Gas prices in Louisville have fallen dramatically over the last several days, and at least one gas industry expert thinks the trend could continue. A gallon of regular unleaded averages about $2.49 in Louisville today. AAA spokesperson Roger Boyd says fuels costs have been steadily falling throughout Kentucky and the rest of the country, due… Continue reading Gas Prices Continue to Plunge
The Federal Trade Commission has joined an investigation into Louisville gas prices. The agency’s concern is that motorists here are paying higher prices because of lack of competition among gas wholesalers. The attorney general’s office has been gathering information for its own investigation into why Louisville-area gas prices are consistently higher than prices in the… Continue reading FTC Enters Gas Prices Investigation
Louisville gas prices have fallen more than seventy cents in three weeks. The average price for a gallon of regular unleaded today in Louisville is $3.42. It’s down from $4.16in mid-September. AAA’s Roger Boyd says the primary factor is the price per barrel of oil. “That’s the villain whenever prices go up, it’s also going… Continue reading Louisville Gas Prices Drop
With oil prices dropping to near $100 dollar per barrel, the investigation into high gas prices in Kentucky is gathering new data.
Gas prices dropped in the Louisville area over the last couple of days, but they’re likely to go up again soon. AAA’s Roger Boyd says a gallon of regular unleaded gas in Louisville costs about $3.64…but it’s on the increase. He says that’s partly because of the storm system Gustav in the Caribbean. “The futures… Continue reading Gas Prices Expected to Increase in Louisville
A group of elected officials investigating Louisville’s high gas prices are intensifying their focus on wholesalers.
A team of government officials say Louisville’s higher-than-average gas prices last month can be traced to gas wholesalers, not retailers.
Louisville Metro Councilman Doug Hawkins’ latest legislation takes aim at high gas prices.
High gas prices may have an effect on this year’s annual Street Rod Nationals in Louisville.