CEA’s Brydon Ross was interviewed by Bowling Green Daily News about what consumers should expect to see at the gas station this 4th of July.
The lowest gas prices since 2005 and Fourth of July celebrations are expected to put a record number of people on the roads this holiday weekend. Motor club AAA expects more than 36 million people to drive 50 miles or more from home during the holiday period. It’s the third year in a row of record-breaking travel forecasts, and the uptick is fueled by low gas prices. “We’ve seen a large increase in the supply of crude oil in the market place,” said Brydon Ross, the Consumer Energy Alliance’s vice president of state affairs.
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