Gas Prices Are Falling

President Biden promised to roll up his sleeves and address the issues most important to the American people, and once again, he’s delivering. Just two weeks ago, President Biden brought together other nations to take substantive steps to stabilize oil prices alongside actions to release 50 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Now, with winter and holiday travel approaching, families are seeing falling gas prices that experts expect will continue to go down.

Thanks to President Biden’s leadership, Americans are feeling some relief as gasoline prices fall and are expected to continue dropping, while natural gas prices are falling as well.

CNN: “Finally some relief: Gasoline and natural gas prices are falling”

New York Times: “Sinking natural gas prices are a sign of hope for household winter heating bills.”

CNN: “The national average price for a gallon of regular gas fell to a seven-week low of $3.35 a gallon on Tuesday, according to AAA. The outlook for home heating costs this winter is also improving significantly. Natural gas futures been nearly cut in half over the past two months. Natural gas plunged by more than 11% on Monday, its worst day in nearly three years.”

Fox Business: “Gas prices nationwide likely to drop even further, expert says”

Communities across the country are already seeing lower prices at the pump, giving families a much needed boost heading into the holiday season. 

WKRC: “Gas prices drop in Cincinnati, across the country”

Associated Press: “Gas prices drop by a lot in parts of northern New England”

Bismarck Tribune: “Gasoline prices fall in Bismarck”

FOX35: “Florida gas prices dropping: How low it’s expected to go”

ABC15 Arizona: “Gas prices expected to go down soon around the state, according to experts”

NBC10 Philadelphia: “Gas Prices Dropping Just in Time for the Holidays”

ABC27: “A decrease in gas prices for Midstate drivers can bring a sigh of relief Christmas season”