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                        2006               2007    2008    2006    2007    2008    2006    2007    2008

                       256.3              271.0   317.2   268.2   283.6   330.2   278.7   294.2   340.7
                       266.3              294.1   340.7   276.6   305.1   352.0   286.8   315.4   362.3
                       249.4              275.9   317.1   259.7   286.4   327.7   270.6   297.2   338.4
                       253.1              276.8   315.4   264.7   289.0   327.8   274.5   299.7   338.8
                       246.6              260.6   308.1   256.7   272.1   321.8   266.6   283.1   334.1
                       283.3              304.7   350.6   293.4   315.5   361.6   303.3   325.7   372.0
                       267.1              286.0   337.7   277.9   299.1   351.9   286.9   309.8   362.6
                       263.1              278.9   327.1   275.8   293.3   344.5   286.4   304.4   355.9
                       279.1              317.1   356.4   291.0   329.7   369.3   301.1   340.0   379.7
                       268.3              294.7   339.0   278.9   305.1   350.8   289.1   315.4   361.2

formation Administration,
oline Prices, Gasoline Historical Data.
Table 715. Retail Gasoline Prices--Selected Areas

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HEADNOTE
[In cents per gallon. Prices are annual averages]

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration,
Weekly U.S. Retail Gasoline Prices, Gasoline Historical Data.

For more information:
http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/petroleum/data_publications/wrgp/mogas_history.
ons/wrgp/mogas_history.html
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$del                                                      Regular                                                            Midgrade                                     Premium
$del    Area
$del                                  2003             2004         2005        2006         2007        2003         2004         2005    2006    2007    2003    2004        2005    2006    2007
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Boston, MA                           158.9            185.8        225.7       256.3       271.0        168.9        195.8        236.3   268.2   283.6   178.5   205.6       246.4   278.7   294.2
Chicago, IL                          161.9            190.0        231.8       266.3       294.1        171.9        200.1        241.9   276.6   305.1   181.8   209.9       251.9   286.8   315.4
Cleveland, OH                        151.8            180.2        222.0       249.4       275.9        161.7        190.2        232.2   259.7   286.4   172.1   200.4       243.0   270.6   297.2
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Denver, CO                           151.9            180.4        223.9       253.1       276.8        163.4        191.9        235.4   264.7   289.0   173.7   201.8       245.4   274.5   299.7
Houston, TX                          143.3            171.2        216.8       246.6       260.6        153.3        181.0        226.8   256.7   272.1   163.3   190.7       236.5   266.6   283.1
Los Angeles, CA                      181.9            214.7        249.0       283.3       304.7        192.6        224.8        258.6   293.4   315.5   202.3   234.6       268.1   303.3   325.7
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Miami, FL                            157.6            191.3        238.9       267.1       286.0        168.7        202.0        249.3   277.9   299.1   176.9   210.5       258.5   286.9   309.8
New York, NY                         163.1            190.4        230.0       263.1       278.9        173.1        201.0        241.5   275.8   293.3   181.2   209.2       251.3   286.4   304.4
San Francisco, CA                    189.8            214.8        248.1       279.1       317.1        200.7        225.9        259.4   291.0   329.7   210.5   235.7       269.4   301.1   340.0
Seattle, WA                          162.5            194.9        236.3       268.3       294.7        173.1        205.9        247.3   278.9   305.1   183.1   216.0       257.6   289.1   315.4
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[tbf]Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, <mdit>Weekly U.S. Retail Gasoline Prices, <med>Gasoline Historical Data. See also
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Definitions of Gasoline Grades

The classification of gasoline by octane ratings. Each type of gasoline (conve
reformulated) is classified by three grades - Regular, Midgrade, and Premium.
reported by grade in accordance with their classification at the time of sale.
requirements are lower at high altitudes. Therefore, in some areas of the Unit
Mountain States, the octane ratings for the gasoline grades may be 2 or more o

Regular Gasoline: Gasoline having an antiknock index, i.e., octane rating, gre
less than 88. Note: Octane requirements may vary by altitude.

Midgrade Gasoline: Gasoline having an antiknock index, i.e., octane rating, gr
and less than or equal to 90. Note: Octane requirements may vary by altitude.

Premium Gasoline: Gasoline having an antiknock index, i.e., octane rating, gre
requirements may vary by altitude.

Gasoline Price Data Collection Procedures

Every Monday, retail prices for all three grades of gasoline are collected by
approximately 800 retail gasoline outlets. The prices are published by 5:00 P
government holidays, when the data are released on Tuesday (but still represen
reported price includes all taxes and is the pump price paid by a consumer as
price represents the self-serve price except in areas having only full-serve.
calculate weighted average price estimates at the city, state, regional and na
delivery volume data from other EIA surveys and population estimates from the
type of gasoline (conventional, oxygenated, and
Midgrade, and Premium. Note: Gasoline sales are
on at the time of sale. In general, automotive octane
 some areas of the United States, such as the Rocky
ades may be 2 or more octane points lower.

.e., octane rating, greater than or equal to 85 and


i.e., octane rating, greater than or equal to 88
 may vary by altitude.

.e., octane rating, greater than 90. Note: Octane




oline are collected by telephone from a sample of
are published by 5:00 P.M. Monday, except on
day (but still represent Monday's price). The
 paid by a consumer as of 8:00 A.M. Monday. This
aving only full-serve. The price data are used to
 state, regional and national levels using sales and
ion estimates from the Bureau of Census.

				
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