New York

Average gas price in NY keeps going up

Buffalo, New York — As the price of gas continues to go up, right now, the national average is $3.53 per gallon.
With a seven-cent increase bringing it up to $3.75 per gallon, New York is even higher.
Last year’s prices at this time didn’t even break the three-dollar mark.
They averaged at $2.63 and $2.69, respectively.
Buffalo’s not too far behind the New York average, at $3.70 per gallon.
Here are the averages across upstate New York:
• Batavia – $3.68 (up eight cents from last week)
• Binghamton – $3.78 (up nine cents from last week)
• Buffalo – $3.70 (up eight cents from last week)
• Elmira – $3.71 (up seven cents from last week)
• Ithaca – $3.76 (up eight cents from last week)
• Rochester – $3.75 (up nine cents from last week)
• Rome – $3.76 (up six cents from last week)
• Syracuse – $3.71 (up seven cents from last week)
• Watertown – $3.73 (up seven cents from last week)
“Oil prices remain over $90 per barrel this morning,” AAA says. “Tension between Russia and Ukraine continues to be a factor in rising oil prices. Russia is a member of OPEC+, and any sanctions based on their actions toward Ukraine may cause it to withhold crude oil from the global market.”
 

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