Michigan Agency for Energy expects gasoline prices will be slightly higher than in 2016, supply to be ample
As drivers embark on their Memorial Day travels, they can expect to pay slightly more for a gallon of gasoline than they did last year, according to this year’s Summer Gas Price Appraisal, released today by the Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE). Those who drive diesel fuel vehicles will see a bigger bump in prices at the pumps compared to last summer.
Michigan Agency for Energy
The Michigan Agency for Energy’s (MAE) mission is to advance an adaptable, affordable, reliable, and environmentally-protective energy future for Michigan. Our work focuses on several areas:
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