Gas prices in the Bay Area and California have fallen about 70 cents since last month, and experts say prices could continue to fall over the Thanksgiving holiday — and possibly through the end of the year.
Experts say the price drop was due to several factors, including the state’s refineries fixing problems that pushed prices up to $8 in October, as well as the state’s shift to a blend of winter gas cheaper to manufacture. Crude oil prices have also been hovering between $85 and $95 a barrel for several weeks.
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