Last Updated: February 16, 2017By Tags: , , , , ,

Gas prices are set to rise once again as refineries throughout the United States begin producing cleaner burning and more expensive spring and summer blend fuel – California government officials have imposed its own higher quality standard.

Mark Glover, Sacramento Bee, writes”

Across the nation, GasBuddy predicted that gasoline prices will rise between 35 and 75 cents per gallon by early spring, with prices likely peaking in May.

GasBuddy said major cities, including Los Angeles, can expect $3 a gallon gasoline “very soon.”

On Wednesday, GasBuddy said the average price of gas in Sacramento was $2.72 a gallon, up 4 cents from last week and 60 cents higher than on the same date one year ago.”
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