The U.S. Department of Energy reports the total average daily fuel demand this spring is down more than five-percent compared to last year. The statewide average dropped one penny this week to $1.97-cents a gallon.
The most expensive gasoline in Texas is in Dallas at $1.98 a gallon, down about two-cents this week. San Antonio has the least expensive gasoline at $1.92, which is just two-tenths of a penny more than last week's average. Austin motorists are paying one-cent less at $1.96 a gallon, while Houston motorists are paying $1.95, also down about a penny.
Gas prices in Abilene range from as low as $1.85 to as high as $1.95, according to the gas tracker here on our website.