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Will gas prices keep rising?

Posted on 26 March 2014

Recent rises in the price of crude oil have also driven gasoline prices higher, to around $3.50 per gallon currently. Despite the recent rally, gas prices might actually be in for a decline in the coming months. Don’t blame OPEC this time…
OPEC’s policy to maintain its quota at 30 million barrels per day has driven oil prices higher in the past. But in recent months OPEC’s production has increased, mainly due to the slow recovery of Libya’s oil production and the sharp rise in Iraq’s production. Moreover, OPEC’s current oil production is higher than the agreed upon quota: As of February, output reached 31.4 million barrels per day. If OPEC continues to increase its production, this trend could push oil prices lower……………………………….Full Article: Source


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