The lowest gas prices in the United States are available at GasBuddy.com and GasPriceWatch.com. Gas Buddy is a free service that depends on users who input prices into a database daily. This site lists the average price for regular gas by state.
As of October 19, 2015, South Carolina has the lowest gas prices at an average of $1.936 per gallon for regular gas and $2.427 for premium. The national average price of regular gas is $2.257 per gallon.
Drivers can easily locate the lowest gas prices in their area using a mobile app such as GasBuddy. Many gas finder apps, as well as multi-purpose driving apps like Waze, derive their information from other users. The accuracy and currency of prices may vary.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, South Dakota had the lowest average residential price for natural gas as of December 2014, at $7.86 per thousand cubic feet. North Dakota and Oklahoma were in second and third place, respectively, with prices of $7.95 and $8.16.
As of September 2015, South Carolina, New Jersey and Mississippi are the states with the lowest average gasoline prices, and California, Alaska and Nevada have the highest average price per gallon. The cities of Spartanburg, South Carolina, Lubbock, Texas, and Chattanooga, Tennessee have lower avera
South Carolina has the lowest gasoline prices in the United States, as of October 2015. Mississippi, Alabama, New Jersey and Louisiana have the next lowest gasoline prices. Alaska, Nevada, California and Hawaii have the most expensive gasoline prices.
The company South Gas offers natural gas in Atlanta, Georgia, while the Atlanta Gas Light Company is the utility that distributes natural gas to the city's individual consumers. Besides Atlanta, South Gas provides natural gas to much of the state of Georgia. It also operates in Florida.
Natural gas is priced in accordance with the market supply and demand factors. The three most important factors that affect the price include the amount of gas being purchased, the transportation cost and the amount of processing required to prepare the gas according to the buyer’s needs.
The average price for natural gas fluctuates quite a bit from state to state, with the states on the East Coast normally paying quite a bit more than most others. In general, states that either produce large quantities of natural gas or are served by major gas pipelines, such as Utah, Alaska, Colora
The primary driver of natural gas prices is a spike in demand when available supplies are low. For instance, natural gas use peaks over the winter due to its use as a heating fuel. Weather and refining capacity problems can also lead to short-term increases in natural gas prices.