Portland Oregon Fuel Market Report May 18, 2020

May 29, 2020 By , ,

Portland, Oregon Fuel Market Report

05/18/2020 Weeks Average

This Memorial Day weekend we saw gas prices lower than 2004, but not quite lower than 2003 like expected. The highest concentration of fuel prices being sold is on the west coast with Oregon and Washington following just behind California’s prices. Now according to gas buddy, the majority of prices being above $2.25 a gallon on in Oregon and Washington. As AAA Gas Prices show, we are on a steady incline into normal fuel prices. But what will be the new normal, lower or higher than what we were used to?

 

Rank Week Average

Wholesale Price Average

Wholesale Low

Wholesale Avg

E10

1.15

1.205

B5

.9834

1.023

Retail Week Average

Retail Price Average

National

Oregon

Washington

E10

1.894

2.398

2.468

B5

2.412

2.561

2.668

Taxes

Taxes

Federal

State: OR

local

State: WA

Gas

.184

.36

.0-.13

.494

Diesel

.244

.36

.0-.13

.494

 

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Fuel News:

Lowest Gas Prices on Memorial Day Since 2003:

https://www.gasbuddy.com/go/memorial-day-gas-prices-2020/

Gas Prices Fluctuate Across the Country as More States Reopen:

https://csnews.com/gas-prices-fluctuate-across-country-more-states-reopen

 

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