Gasoline prices up by 10 cents

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(PNC photo by Isaiah Aguon)

Fuel prices have increased again, with the price of regular gas rising by 10 cents to $3.88 per gallon.

This is the second gas price increase since July 27 when the price of regular gas rose to $3.68.

According to Bloomberg, U.S. retail gasoline prices are at their highest since the pandemic drove widespread lockdowns last March.

The boost in fuel prices comes after global crude futures reached the highest since February after Saudi Arabia cut output earlier this week.

2020 Guam Gas Prices:

January 1: $4.15

January 8: 10-cent increase to $4.25
January 23: 10-cent decrease to $4.15
February 3: 10-cent decrease to $4.05
March 3: 10-cent decrease to $3.95
March 10: 10-cent decrease to $3.85
March 13: 15-cent decrease to $3.70
March 25: 20-cent decrease to $3.50
April 1: 20-cent decrease to $3.30
April 9: 15-cent decrease to $3.15
April 17: 10-cent decrease to $3.05
April 24: 7-cent decrease to $2.98
May 7: 15-cent increase to $3.13
May 19: 15-cent increase to $3.28
June 4: 15-cent increase to $3.43
June 12: 15-cent increase to $3.58
July 27: 10-cent increase to $3.68
December 17: 10-cent increase to $3.78

2021 Guam Gas Price

January 8: 10-cent increase to $3.88

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