by Tim Church
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U-S Energy Information Administration reports the average price for gasoline is continuing to decrease for the second week in a row.
Amerine Woodyard with the EIA in Washington reports:
At the beginning of June the EIA released a report indicating higher than predicted summer gasoline prices are not keeping drivers away from their vacation travels. Early forecast models actually show gas demand will average a record 9.5 Million barrels per day this summer.