Chicago Area Gas Prices Continue Downward TrendEven with crude oil prices inching up a bit on Wednesday, Chicago area gas prices have been tumbling.
Gas Prices Plunge As BP Refinery Goes Back OnlineRepairs at BP's Whiting, Ind., refinery sent gas prices plunging last week across Chicago and nationwide, the biggest single-week drop this year.
Broken BP Refinery Unit Reopens, Falling Gas Prices Should Drop Even MorePatrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, said Chicago area drivers can expect to see prices fall by up to 50 cents in the next couple weeks, after BP confirmed it has reopened the crude distillation unit that went offline on Aug. 8.
Gas Prices Dropping Across ChicagoIf you have a late summer road trip planned, there’s good news—the average gas price in the Chicago area has dropped 15 cents since Thursday, and prices are expected to keep going down.
Soaring Gas Prices Raise Questions About Price GougingPatrick DeHaan, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.com, called the recent spike in prices at the pump one of the worst he's ever seen.
Outage At BP Refinery Sends Local Gas Prices SoaringThough gas prices have been plummeting nationally, drivers in the Chicago area suddenly have seen a major bump at the pump.
Gas Prices Continue To Drop, Could Keep FallingGas prices normally spike during the summer driving season, but this year they have been plummeting.
After The Bell: Drop In Oil Prices Bodes Well For Chicago Area DriversGas prices in the Chicago area are heading lower and this trend may continue.
After The Bell: Gas Prices Rising Again, For Now
Memorial Day Weekend, Expect Low Fuel Prices And More Vehicles On The RoadRegular unleaded is $3.04 a gallon in Chicagoland. The national average is $2.73, according to AAA Motor Club.
Chicago Area Gas Prices Inch Past $3 Per GallonFor the first time this year, the average price of gas in the Chicago area has climbed to more than $3 per gallon.
Expert: Gas Prices Could Soon Rise Over $3 A Gallon In Chicago AreaThe rising cost of crude oil is causing gas prices to go up nationwide, and Chicago could soon see it hit over $3 a gallon.