Price at the Pump Low in Oklahoma

December 27, 2022

By News Director Jared Atha

Gasoline prices inched back upward in Oklahoma in the past week, reaching a new average of $2.70, an increase of five cents a gallon.

AAA Oklahoma reported the $2.70 average compared to the national average of $3.10 per gallon of regular gasoline.

Despite the slight increase, only four counties in Oklahoma still have average prices higher than $3 per gallon. The highest average is $3.16 per gallon in Beaver County while Ellis and Hughes counties have average prices of $3.05 per gallon. Johnston County has an average price of $3.01 per gallon.

Locally, Beckham County is averaging $2.91 at the pump and Roger Mills County is averaging $2.97. Custer County is slightly lower at $2.86, while Washita County is averaging $2.84 per gallon.

Lawton and Comanche County have the lowest averages. Lawton’s average this week is $2.41 while the county average is down to $2.39 per gallon.

Oklahoma City motorists pay an average price of $2.70 per gallon, up four cents in the past week. However, another gas price information group, Gas Buddy, reported the lowest price per gallon in OKC was $2.21.

Tulsa’s average jumped 13 cents in the past week to a new average of $2.60.

The Oklahoma average of $2.70 compared to $2.75 in Kansas, $2.81 in Colorado, $2.98 in New Mexico, $2.66 in Texas, $2.70 in Arkansas and $2.69 in Missouri.

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