The average price for a gallon of gas in Connecticut hasnâ€™t moved much over the past month, as supply has been growing along with demand, according to AAA.
The average price in the state is $3.09, which is the same as one week ago, three cents higher than one month ago and $1.01 more than this time last year.
According to AAA, in its latest weekly report, new data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed growth in gasoline demand and total domestic gasoline stocks. The increase in total supply, even as gas demand increased, has helped to limit pump price fluctuations this week. However, rising crude oil prices could mean higher prices later this month.
The national average is $3.07, which is the same as last week, three cents more than one month ago and 96 cents higher than this time last year.
In the Hartford region, the average price is $3.06.
In New Britain there are seven gas stations selling for under $3, however, according to the website GasBuddy. The lowest in the city are Costco ($2.81), City Gas on South Main Street ($2.89) and Citgo on West Main Street ($2.89).
In Bristol there are five gas stations reportedly selling for under $2.90 a gallon. The Valero on Farmington Avenue is selling gas for $2.88 a gallon, while four others are priced at $2.89.
In Berlin there are four priced under $3 and two selling for under $2.90. The Citgo and Gulf on the Berlin Turnpike are both selling a gallon for $2.88.
In Newington there are three stations selling for $2.86 or less. Samâ€™s Club is $2.81 and Xpress Fuel and Citgo on the Berlin Turnpike are both at $2.86.
In Plainville there are four stations priced under $3, with the lowest being VP Racing Fuels on East Street and Gulf on New Britain Avenue selling for $2.89 a gallon.
In Southington there are six selling for under $3 a gallon, with the Sunoco on Main Street eight cents cheaper than other options, at $2.89, in town.
In Terryville the Gulf on Main Street is selling a gallon for $2.87.