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Hawaii gas prices fall

LIHUE — Gas prices continue to fall in Hawaii.

Prices on Kauai on Friday ranged from $2.69 for a gallon of unleaded in Kapaa to $2.95 in Kilauea to $3.09 a gallon in Princeville and $2.88 a gallon in Lihue. Costco had the least expensive gas, running about $2.42 for a gallon of unleaded.

The statewide average price is $2.63, two cents less than last Thursday, 10 cents less than last month and 68 cents less than a year ago, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report.

“Nationwide, retail pump prices continue to drop due to falling oil prices and lower winter demand, but California ($2.71) remains the most expensive market for gas ahead of second-place Hawaii ($2.63),” according to AAA Hawaii General Manager Liane Sumida. “Regional neighbors Nevada ($2.38), Alaska ($2.47) and Washington ($2.28) continue to round out the nation’s top five most expensive markets for retail gasoline.”

On the other end of the spectrum, Missouri ($1.58) and Oklahoma ($1.57) are the nation’s least expensive markets for retail gasoline, she added.

According to the AAA Hawaii Weekend Gas Watch. Honolulu’s average gas price is a dime less than last month and 69 cents less than this time last year.

In Hilo prices ticked up slightly where the average gas price is $2.57 per gallon, two cents more than last Thursday, a penny more than last month and 71 cents less on this date a year ago. Wailuku’s average is $3.15, the same price as last Thursday, 13 cents less than last month and 44 cents less than at this time last year.


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