How low can you go?


Regular gas was down to $1.09 a gallon at the Gulf gas station in Botkins on Wednesday, April 16. According to the Associate Press a recent OPEC+ deal to cut oil production has oil producers hopeful gas prices will go back up. Russia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and other major oil producing countries agreed to a reduction in oil output. The U.S. also pushed for the deal. There is some doubt as to if the cuts will be enough to substantially raise oil prices.

Regular gas was down to $1.09 a gallon at the Gulf gas station in Botkins on Wednesday, April 16. According to the Associate Press a recent OPEC+ deal to cut oil production has oil producers hopeful gas prices will go back up. Russia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and other major oil producing countries agreed to a reduction in oil output. The U.S. also pushed for the deal. There is some doubt as to if the cuts will be enough to substantially raise oil prices.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

How low can you go?

Regular gas was down to $1.09 a gallon at the Gulf gas station in Botkins on Wednesday, April 16. According to the Associate Press a recent OPEC+ deal to cut oil production has oil producers hopeful gas prices will go back up. Russia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and other major oil producing countries agreed to a reduction in oil output. The U.S. also pushed for the deal. There is some doubt as to if the cuts will be enough to substantially raise oil prices.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_SDN041720GasPrices.jpgRegular gas was down to $1.09 a gallon at the Gulf gas station in Botkins on Wednesday, April 16. According to the Associate Press a recent OPEC+ deal to cut oil production has oil producers hopeful gas prices will go back up. Russia, Saudi Arabia, Mexico and other major oil producing countries agreed to a reduction in oil output. The U.S. also pushed for the deal. There is some doubt as to if the cuts will be enough to substantially raise oil prices. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News