By Camille Erickson
Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange 

Gasoline prices are moving higher in Wyoming


February 10, 2021

CASPER – Oil prices have been on the road to recovery for several months after crashing last spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and a global price war.

But consumers could start to feel pinched when buying gas soon.

Gas prices in Wyoming have climbed to $2.31 per gallon, as of Monday. The average national price of gasoline reached $2.46 per gallon this week. That’s more expensive than a week, a month and a year ago, according to an analysis by AAA.

Energy analysts point to rising crude prices, slightly more travel and greater optimism about the COVID-19 vaccines, as reasons...

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