How gas prices have changed in Sioux County, North Dakota in the last week

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February 21, 2024

How gas prices have changed in Sioux County, North Dakota in the last week

Gasoline prices rose by several cents on average nationwide over the last week. Prices remain at $3 per gallon or lower in many Midwestern metro areas and highest in cities on the West Coast.

The increase in prices at the pump represents an early jump at this point in the year, according to analysts who say seasonal upticks in gas prices usually begin several weeks from now.

The price of oil has risen to its highest level since November at $80 a barrel—a trend that would typically put upward pressure on gasoline prices. Those effects, however, have likely been muted by lower demand from drivers. Prices are expected to rise in the coming weeks as warmer temperatures arrive and refiners switch over to cleaner burning fuel blends—which are more expensive—for the summer months.

Stacker compiled statistics on gas prices in Sioux County using data from AAA. Gas prices are current as of Feb. 20.

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Sioux County, North Dakota gas price trends

- Gas current price: $3.00
--- North Dakota average: $2.96
- Week change: +$0.10
- Month change: +$0.10

Counties with the most expensive gas in North Dakota
#1. Dunn County: $3.25
#2. McKenzie County: $3.12
#3. Grant County: $3.10
#4. Stark County: $3.05
#5. Rolette County: $3.04

Counties with the least expensive gas in North Dakota
#1. Kidder County: $2.80
#2. Divide County: $2.80
#3. Steele County: $2.80
#4. Foster County: $2.83
#5. Sargent County: $2.85

This story features writing by Dom DiFurio and is part of a series utilizing data automation across 3,078 counties.

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