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Gas prices reach 25 month high in Southern California

Gas prices in Southern California reached a 25 month high this morning after surging nearly a nickel over the weekend. The last time gasoline cost this much in California was on October 22, 2008 when oil cost less
than $70 a barrel ($1.60 a gallon)

Oil is currently selling at $89.04 a barrel on the NYMEX (2.12 a gallon), the highest price for oil since Since May, 2010, when oil closed at $94 a barrel, or $2.23 a gallon. At that time the average price of gasoline in Southern California was $3.11 a gallon. Regional tables showing price movements in the last week below.

 
All Regions
Today  Thursday  Monday 
change since last report 12/6/2010 12/2/2010 11/29/2010
0.0572 San Diego RUL 3.198 3.140 3.131
0.0385 San Diego DSL 3.481 3.443 3.463
0.0480 Los Angeles RUL 3.183 3.135 3.130
0.0400 Los Angeles DSL 3.463 3.423 3.417
0.0440 Orange Cnty RUL  3.169 3.125 3.118
0.0300 Orange Cnty RUL  3.469 3.439 3.430
0.0490 San Bern RUL 3.172 3.123 3.133
0.0340 San Bern DSL  3.414 3.380 3.379
AVERAGES AVERAGES AVERAGES
0.0495 SOCAL RUL  3.180 3.131 3.128
0.0356 SOCAL DSL Avg 3.457 3.421 3.422