A sign displays the price of E-10 gasoline at $1.99 at the OnCue convenience store and gas station Wednesday in Oklahoma City. More stations followed suit, lowering gas prices to below $2. Analysts say more cities are likely to see gas prices fall below $2 in coming weeks.
A sign displays the price of E-10 gasoline at $1.99 at the OnCue convenience store and gas station Wednesday in Oklahoma City. More stations followed suit, lowering gas prices to below $2. Analysts say more cities are likely to see gas prices fall below $2 in coming weeks. Paul B. Southerland Associated Press
A sign displays the price of E-10 gasoline at $1.99 at the OnCue convenience store and gas station Wednesday in Oklahoma City. More stations followed suit, lowering gas prices to below $2. Analysts say more cities are likely to see gas prices fall below $2 in coming weeks. Paul B. Southerland Associated Press

Why Oklahoma City got $2 gasoline before the rest of us

December 04, 2014 02:47 PM

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