How gas prices have changed in Maryland in the last week

Gasoline prices continue to rise across the U.S., contributing to fears that higher-than-usual for a while longer.

Increases in the cost consumers pay for energy have been than inflation in other sectors over the last month. The average cost for a gallon of gas rose almost 20 cents per gallon in that time.

Lower supply brought on by reduced production by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, as well as geopolitical conflict in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, have driven the price of oil upward around 17% since mid-January.

compiled statistics on gas prices in Maryland. Gas prices are as of April 12.

Maryland by the numbers

- Gas current price: $3.68

- Week change: +$0.12 (+3.5%)

- Year change: +$0.12 (+3.2%)

- Historical expensive gas price: $5.02 (6/14/22)

- Diesel current price: $4.10

- Week change: -$0.01 (-0.2%)

- Year change: -$0.06 (-1.4%)

- Historical expensive diesel price: $5.99 (6/11/22)

Metros with most expensive gas in Maryland

#1. Washington (MD only): $3.70

#2. Baltimore: $3.69

#3. Annapolis: $3.68

#4. Cumberland (MD Only): $3.68

#5. Frederick: $3.67

#6. Bowie-St. Charles: $3.66

#7. Hagerstown: $3.65

#8. Salisbury: $3.65

States with the most expensive gas

#1. California: $5.44

#2. Hawaii: $4.74

#3. Washington: $4.66

States with the least expensive gas

#1. Colorado: $3.08

#2. Mississippi: $3.10

#3. Louisiana: $3.18

This story features writing by Dom DiFurio and is part of a series utilizing data automation across 50 states.