Gas Prices VS Reactions to Covid

Democrats are touting lower gas prices despite the fact that prices are still 46% percent higher than Holiday Time last year! Last year demand for gas was down because we were in a Lockdown. Karr Ingham with the Texas Alliance of Energy Providers says recently prices have gone down a bit because of the possibility of another Covid lockdown on the horizon. Ingham, however, thinks dip this is short-lived. "My sense is that prices may go up because I think the price of Crude Oil may go up because of a growing demand in 2022. And that ALWAYS means there will be higher prices for gasoline as well."

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He also says, "Good Bless Texas! Our gas prices in Texas are lower than they are in other parts of the country. We have a greater availability, a willingness to produce gas and ship it to markets here, we don't tax it to the extent that other states do."


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Gas prices are going down - but predicted to be higher in 2022.Photo: Getty Images

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