Average gas prices in Wyoming have risen 1.4 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging $3.39/g today, but Patrick DeHaan says that barring unexpected outages, it's looking optimistic for motorists that we'll miss the $4 mark.
Governor Mark Gordon recently announced that, as a response to rising gasoline prices, he has created a Gas and Diesel Price Working Group that will "focus on ways to find relief for consumers feeling the pinch of rising fuel costs."
We've seen gas prices on the uptick, but for a while but not as much as what we're seeing in other spots around the country, as issues have continued overseas. However, believe it or not, the national average gas price is actually down from where it was last week, but Wyoming has certainly seen an increase.
Senator John Barrasso recently spoke outside of the Senate chambers to address rising gasoline prices, inflation, and more. As always, the Wyoming Senator made no bones about who he believes to be at fault for these high prices.