Tom Kloza

The price of gasoline hasn’t changed much this summer, but an analyst predicts it’ll soon start costing less.

The average nationwide price of a gallon of regular gas is now $2.83.

Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, expects a switch to less-expensive winter blends will help push prices down in September and October.

Driving to your 4th of July holiday destination is more expensive that it was last year.

The average nationwide price of $2.85 for a gallon of regular gasoline is about 60 cents more than a year ago.

Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, says that’s because higher crude oil costs.

He doesn’t expect gas prices will go up much more this summer.

Gas prices are up five cents in the past week making it more expensive to drive to your Easter Weekend destination.

Even higher prices are on the horizon. 

Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, predicts gas prices could go up another 15 cents a gallon in the next three weeks.

“We’ll be switching in many places from winter gasoline which is less expensive to summer gasoline. So we’ll probably see the highest prices for regular gasoline that we’ve seen since 2014.”

It’s costing more than last year to drive to your Thanksgiving weekend destination.

 

Tom Kloza is the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey. He says gasoline prices are about 35 cents a gallon higher than last year, with the average price now $2.56. 

 

After hurricanes caused price spikes, the price of gasoline is starting to move lower again.

Refinery shutdowns because of Hurricane Harvey and a rush to fill up the tank in advance of Hurricane Irma caused gas prices nationally to soar to an average of $2.78 a gallon.

Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, predicts prices will slip into the two-sixties this month.

Get ready for a big jump in gasoline prices because of the flooding in Texas.

Tom Kloza, global energy analyst at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, says gas prices could rise as much as 60 cents a gallon because of refinery shutdowns that are reducing the supply.

You'll notice it when you pull up to the pumps. The price of gasoline is going up, and an analyst says it could get even more costly.

Tom Kloza is the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey. He says the recent seven-dollar-a-barrel increase in the cost of crude oil has pushed gasoline prices higher by about 15 cents a gallon in a month.

Gasoline prices are about four cents a gallon higher than a week ago, but you might not be seeing much more of an increase.

Tom Kloza is the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey.

He predicts crude oil prices won’t be going up, and that should keep gas prices about where they are now for most of the summer, about $2.40 a gallon.

Be prepared to pay more for gasoline.

The average price is 3 cents higher than a week ago.

Tom Kloza, the global head of energy analysis at the Oil Price Information Service in Wall, New Jersey, expects it'll keep going up.

"I don't want to alarm people, but this will be a month probably unlikely any month they've seen in the last 15 months in that you're probably going to see prices increase by 15 or 20 cents a gallon and it may even follow through into a strong May as well."