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Maui Gas Prices Rising Steadily

April 25, 2019, 11:45 AM HST
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Maui gas prices.

Maui gas prices in Kahului and Wailuku averaged $3.82 for regular. That’s four cents higher than last Thursday, 14 cents higher than last month and 14 cents lower than a year ago.

Gas prices increased throughout the islands but more slowly from the previous week, according to the AAA Hawaiʻi Weekend Gas Watch.

Today’s statewide average price is $3.62 a gallon, which is three cents higher than last Thursday, 22 cents higher than a month ago and one cent more than a year ago, according to AAA.

“Gasoline stocks nationwide continue to tighten, measuring below levels compared to the same time in the past three years. While imports are helping and Western United States refinery maintenance is nearly finished, it’s too early to know if this is enough to keep state averages from leveling off just yet,” said Liane Sumida, AAA Hawaiʻi general manager. “The Energy Information Administration’s weekly report showed that West Coast gasoline stocks fell for the fifth week by nearly 800,000 barrels and now sit at 28.2 million barrels.”

In Honolulu, today’s average price for regular is $3.50, which is three cents higher than last Thursday, 25 cents higher than on this date a month ago and four cents higher than on this date last year.

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The Hilo average price is $3.72, which is up four cents from last Thursday, 24 cents higher than on this date last month and seven cents higher than on this date a year ago.

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Līhue’s average price for regular is $3.83, which is three cents higher than last Thursday, 23 cents higher than on this date last month and nine cents higher than a year ago today.

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