Florence, South Carolina 2021-05-04 15:59:23 –
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (WBTW) – Gas Buddy surveyed 197 stations in the area, with gas prices at Myrtle Beach rising 6.2 cents per gallon last week, averaging $ 2.59 per gallon on Monday. ..
This increase could reach a national average of $ 3 a gallon in the coming weeks, with experts improving COVID-19 and increasing demand as more Americans travel during the summer. Because I said that there is.
Patrick de Khan, Head of Oil Analysis at Gas Buddy, said: .. “Last week, the national average reached its highest level in two years and demand for gasoline continues to recover, so prices may continue to rise.”
As of Monday, a gallon of gasoline at Myrtle Beach was 3.4 cents higher than a month ago and $ 1.05 a gallon higher than a year ago. The cheapest price on Myrtle Beach was $ 2.43, while the most expensive was $ 2.79, a difference of 36.0 cents per gallon.
The lowest price in South Carolina was $ 2.30 and the highest price was $ 3.31. The state’s average price on Monday was $ 2.60, up 2.2 cents from last week. The average price on Monday in neighboring North Carolina was $ 2.65, up 4.7 cents from last week.
The national average rose 0.7 cents per gallon last week to $ 2.89. That’s up 1.8 cents from a month ago and $ 1.13 higher than a year ago.
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