Gas prices http://tpr.org en San Antonio Gas Prices Jump 40 Cents In The Last Month http://tpr.org/post/san-antonio-gas-prices-jump-40-cents-last-month <p>If you have had sticker shock at your neighborhood gas station then you are not alone. Gas prices in San Antonio have leaped nearly 14 cents in the past seven days according to <a href="http://gasbuddy.com/" target="_blank">Gasbuddy.com</a>.</p><p>A week ago the average unleaded gas price was about $3.36, but now it sits just under $3.50.</p> Tue, 19 Feb 2013 22:23:31 +0000 Joey Palacios 6625 at http://tpr.org San Antonio Gas Prices Jump 40 Cents In The Last Month Higher Gas Prices Mean Good News And Bad News http://tpr.org/post/higher-gas-prices-mean-good-news-and-bad-news <p>The bad news is that average prices for gasoline shot up over the last week by almost 15 cents per gallon in Texas and nationally.</p><p>Senior Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan works for <a href="http://gasbuddy.com/" target="_blank">GasBuddy</a> -- an application and website that allows users to post gas prices -- and said the steep hike in wholesale gas prices may also have been spawned by higher oil prices, but he believes the increase could also be related to a general uptick in the economy.</p> Tue, 05 Feb 2013 00:04:00 +0000 Eileen Pace 5836 at http://tpr.org Higher Gas Prices Mean Good News And Bad News