US gas prices jump 25 cents over past 2 weeks

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Associated Press

Posted on February 10, 2013 at 5:02 PM

CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) — The average price of a gallon of gasoline has jumped 25 cents over the past two weeks.

The Lundberg Survey of fuel prices says the price of a gallon of regular nationwide is $3.59. Midgrade costs an average of $3.75 a gallon, and premium is $3.89.

Diesel was up 12 cents to $4.07 gallon.

Of the cities surveyed in the lower 48 states, Billings, Mont., has the nation's lowest average price for gas at $3.05. Los Angeles has the highest at $4.10.

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197-a-08-(Trilby Lundberg, oil industry analyst, in AP interview)-"now three-59"-Oil analyst Trilby Lundberg says the price of a gallon of gas has jumped over the past two weeks. ((longer version of cut used in wrap)) (10 Feb 2013)

<<CUT *197 (02/10/13)>> 00:08 "now three-59"

198-a-06-(Trilby Lundberg, oil industry analyst, in AP interview)-"at four-ten"-Oil analyst Trilby Lundberg says the lowest price of a gallon of gas can be found in Big Sky country. (10 Feb 2013)

<<CUT *198 (02/10/13)>> 00:06 "at four-ten"

199-a-12-(Trilby Lundberg, oil industry analyst, in AP interview)-"spring and summer"-Oil analyst Trilby Lundberg says the rise in oil prices is not totally to blame for the jump in gas prices. ((cut used in wrap)) (10 Feb 2013)

<<CUT *199 (02/10/13)>> 00:12 "spring and summer"

196-w-34-(John Klobucar, AP correspondent, with oil analyst Trilby Lundberg)--We're paying about a quarter more for a gallon of gas these days. AP correspondent John Klobucar reports. (10 Feb 2013)

<<CUT *196 (02/10/13)>> 00:34

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