Price at the pump continues to fall

Gas prices at the pump continue to drop in Door and Kewaunee County.  Prices fell to below $2.00 per gallon in early March and now are as low as $1.49 as of Tuesday for regular unleaded gasoline.  Governor Evers “Safer at Home” order last week calls for the elimination of all non-essential travel.  With demand decreasing and the overseas crude oil price wars, prices continue to plummet.  The current price of WTI crude oil is at just over $20 a barrel which is the lowest since 2002.  Parv Jandu, who owns eight Jandu Petroleum convenience stores in the area, says the volatility of the stock market is also driving the price down.  The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Wisconsin is $1.57 per gallon, according to AAA. reports prices in the state as low as 97 cents a gallon in Wautoma as of Tuesday.    

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