The price of gasoline in the United States is set to drop sharply in coming weeks, according to the Energy Information Administration.
The daily average for March 15 is $2.06, down by nearly half from the $2 that it was at the beginning of the year.
That means the daily average price of a gallon of regular gasoline is down $0.02.
It’s the lowest daily price for a gallon since the first of the decade, according the EIA.
It means that the cheapest gasoline in March was $1.98.
A gallon of normal gasoline cost $3.05 a gallon at the pump in the U.S. on March 9.
A $1 increase in the price of gas means the average price is now down about $2 a gallon.
That’s a big drop for the energy sector, which has been the mainstay of the U,S.
economy in recent years.
Energy prices are set to continue dropping for a while longer as oil and gas companies struggle to make money on oil production.
It also means that consumers are spending less on gasoline.
On Monday, the EI said that average gasoline prices across the U of S. will drop another 0.5 cents in March.
The drop in gas prices is a significant change from the last two months, which saw gasoline prices fall by about 4 cents.
The price change means that on average consumers in the US are paying about $3 less for a single gallon of gas, according a recent report from the National Association of Realtors.