Gas prices jump double-digits in Oklahoma
OKLAHOMA CITY – You may have already noticed the cost to fill up your gas tank has gone up.
In fact, the price at the pump has skyrocketed 14 cents in just 40 days in Oklahoma.
OPEC officials say unrest in the Middle East could be to blame for gas price increases around the world.
The OPEC Secretary General spoke at the European Union Tuesday and explained why oil prices have gone up $4 per barrel in just a few short days.
He says the increase is not due to a supply shortage.