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Gasoline prices jump 20 cents a gallon in Colorado, but it was worse elsewhere

A gallon of gas was 34 cents cheaper this time last year

A woman heads to the gas station.
Denver Post

Refinery shut-ins resulting from Hurricane Harvey in Texas pushed gas prices up in all 50 states last week, bumping the price per gallon up an average of 25 cents in the biggest weekly increase since 2005, when Hurricane Katrina pushed prices up 49 cents in a single week, GasBuddy reported Monday.

Eighteen states saw average gas prices rise by over 30 cents per gallon versus a week ago.

Refinery shut-ins resulting from Hurricane Harvey in Texas pushed gas prices up in all 50 states last week, bumping the price per gallon up an average of 25 cents in the biggest weekly increase since 2005, when Hurricane Katrina pushed prices up 49 cents in a single week, GasBuddy reported Monday.

Eighteen states saw average gas prices rise by over 30 cents per gallon versus a week ago.

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