state Pennsylvania Philadelphia state Delaware Russia Ukraine president Government travelers state Pennsylvania Philadelphia state Delaware Russia Ukraine

Gas prices reach record highs in Pennsylvania and Delaware yet again

Reading now: 329
www.fox29.com

PHILADELPHIA - Just when you thought gas prices were going down, they are going up again - way up!Gas prices in Pennsylvania and Delaware reached all-time highs again Friday, less than two months after breaking a near 14-year record.Average prices hit $4.28 in Pennsylvania and $4.22 in Delaware.

In Philadelphia alone, prices reached an average $4.35.Experts say there are several factors contributing to the record high prices.

However, the most significant factor is the price of crude oil, which is currently trading near $110. "A gallon of gasoline is made up of 50-60 percent crude oil," said Jana Tidwell with Triple A Public Affairs. "When crude oil prices increase, gas prices increase, they remain high globally largely in part to the Russian invasion of Ukraine."She also says the hundreds of millions of gallons of gas President Biden ordered the federal government to release was "only likely going to be a short-term benefit to motorists."As gas nears $5-a-gallon at some stations, people are considering the cost of filling up their cars as a serious expense."I gotta set aside some money for it then I guess if im going to be using my car," said Joe Tovi. "I gotta prioritize gas prices now.

Read more on fox29.com
The website covid-19.rehab is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Marple Newtown school bus driver charged with taking 'upskirt' photos of female students - fox29.com - state Delaware - city Newtown
fox29.com
37%
878
Marple Newtown school bus driver charged with taking 'upskirt' photos of female students
NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. - A Delaware County school bus driver is now facing charges after authorities say he was found to have been taking 'upskirting' photos of female students. Bruce Garner, a 70-year-old bus driver who worked for the Marple Newtown School District, is facing 139 counts of invasion of privacy, unlawful contact with a minor, sexual abuse of children and related offenses.Authorities say their investigation began on May 17, when Upper Providence Township police were called to investigate a report inappropriate conduct involving a school bus driver. After speaking with a female student and her mother, detectives say they determined that the school bus driver was taking pictures up the skirts of teen and pre-teen girls with his cell phone on his route. Authorities obtained a search warrant for Garner's phone and conducted forensic analysis on the device. An arrest warrant was approved by the District Attorney's Office based on the evidence recovered from the phone. Authorities in Delaware County say they are investigating allegations that a Marple Newtown School District bus driver took 'upskirt' photos of young female students.Officials say there is no evidence to suggest that Garner had physical contact with any of the teenage victims.Garner was taken into custody at his Lansdowne home and was arraigned.Delaware County's Special Victims Unit went on to identify three teen victims.
Ranil Wickremesinghe - Distribute 60% of daily gas output to Colombo & Gampaha; COPE recommends to Litro - newsfirst.lk - India - Sri Lanka
newsfirst.lk
65%
742
Distribute 60% of daily gas output to Colombo & Gampaha; COPE recommends to Litro
COLOMBO (News 1st); The Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) has recommended that Litro distribute 60% of its daily output of LP Gas Cylinders to the Colombo and Gampaha Districts.The large population and limited access to alternatives were cited as reasons for the recommendation, a statement noted on Friday.The management of Litro Gas Lanka Ltd has been summoned before the Committee on Public Enterprises (COPE) on Friday (20) to inquire into the current gas shortage and related solutions.While expressing views in Parliament on Thursday (19) on the need to expedite the gas distribution process Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe instructed to summon the Litro Gas before the COPE to look into the matter.Chairman of Litro Eng. Vijitha Herath told COPE that there is a shortage of 3.5 Million gas cylinders in the local markets, and from two gas tankers that reached the country 80,000 gas cylinders are being distributed daily via a network of 42 Chief distributors and Sub-agents.He said the inclement weather made it difficult to connect the buoy in Muthurajawela, and thus the vessel was moved to the Colombo Port resulting in a delay in the distribution process.The Litro Chairman also said that USD 160 Million from the Indian Credit Line was allocated for gas purchases, and Litro will be using USD 120 Million of that amount.He said another USD 80 Million will be available from the World Bank, and that will be used for Term Tender purchases of LP Gas.COPE had recommended the Chairman of Sri Lanka Insurance Corporation, and the Finance Secretary explore the possibility of using SLIC reserves to provide financial support to Litro, considering the fact that Litro comes under the purview of SLIC.
More pain at the pump: Gas prices hit record highs again across Delaware Valley - fox29.com - state Pennsylvania - state New Jersey - state Delaware - city Philadelphia
fox29.com
66%
118
More pain at the pump: Gas prices hit record highs again across Delaware Valley
PHILADELPHIA - Drivers across the Delaware Valley just can't catch a break as gas prices surge again in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.Gas prices have once again reached record-breaking highs in all three state, according to recent data from AAA.In Pennsylvania, the average price of gas stands at $4.50 a gallon; up 15 cents from last week and $1.42 from this time last year. Gas is even more expensive in Philadelphia, where prices have reach $4.64 a gallon.New Jersey drivers are experiencing an average of $4.47 a gallon, which is 12 cents more than last week and $1.45 more than last year.More of the same in Delaware, where gas prices are averaging $4.40 a gallon; a 16-cent increase from last week and $1.52 increase from last year.MORE HEADLINES:All three states top this week's national gas prices average of $4.32, making their way into the country's Top 10 states with the most price rises since last week."Two factors lead to pressure on pump prices, hitting drivers right in the wallet – rising domestic demand for gasoline and surging global crude oil prices," AAA spokesperson Andrew Gross told FOX Business.Last week, Philadelphia resident Joe Tovi told FOX 29 that the cost of filling up his car has become a serious expense.Advertisement"I gotta set aside some money for it then I guess if im going to be using my car," Tovi said.
DMCA