Oklahoma pump prices drop for 6th straight day

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OKLAHOMA CITY – After climbing to $3.03 per gallon last Wednesday, Oklahoma’s average price for regular gasoline has reversed course, according to AAA.

“Today marks the sixth consecutive day Oklahoma’s average price at the pump has fallen,” said Chuck Mai, spokesman for AAA Oklahoma. “The tight supply problems of October have sorted themselves out and we expect prices will continue to tick lower barring any unexpected market-moving developments. The state average may drop to as low as $2.80 by the end of the year.”

The national average today stands at $2.97, the lowest it’s been since Dec. 8, 2010.     

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