Florida gas prices averaged $4.89 per gallon on Sunday. The state average set another record high after increasing 17 cents per gallon during the past week. Florida gas prices are now 65% more expensive than a year ago.
On average it costs $72 to fill an average-sized 15-gallon tank of gas. That’s $28 more than what drivers paid this time last year. Although the state average remains slightly below $5 a gallon, drivers in South Florida are already beginning to see regular unleaded prices above $5.
Florida Congressman Byron Donalds says the Biden administration is directly to blame for the out-of-control gas prices. “President Biden’s refusal to unleash America’s energy industry is crippling our economy and financially straining Floridians. President Biden’s inability to lead our nation to economic prosperity has the White House blaming Vladimir Putin for our nation’s energy crises—however, the American people know the truth. The blame for the gas price hike is due to none other than President Biden and his radical agenda.”
Here’s a chart provided by Triple A from this past weekend detailing the price of gas in our area and highlighting that we’ve hit a new record high.
Let’s see I’m guessing we have some electric car owners. Thinking they are saving the world. What do you think created that magic electricity? Probably coal or nuclear. Sure wasn’t wind or solar. This your green car is still burning fossil fuels. No easy solution except drill here in America. Why would we be buying Saudi oil. Did we not learn our lesson from 9-11?
Gasoline prices, Octane-95, 13-Jun-2022: The average price of gasoline around the world is 5.43 U.S. Dollar per us gallon. However, there is substantial difference in these prices among countries. As a general rule, richer countries have higher prices while poorer countries and the countries that produce and export oil have significantly lower prices. One notable exception is the U.S. which is an economically advanced country but has low gas prices. The differences in prices across countries are due to the various taxes and subsidies for gasoline. All countries have access to the same petroleum prices of international markets but then decide to impose different taxes. As a result, the retail price of gasoline is different. Use the drop menu to see the prices in gallons.
Check this link for world wide gas prices.
Start Drilling Wally! Very Simple.
What would he do to affect the global price of crude?