Daily Wyoming Gas Map: Wednesday, June 8, 2022

The highest gasoline price in Wyoming on Wednesday was in Jackson at $5.89 per gallon, and the lowest surveyed price was in Cheyenne at $3.99 per gallon.

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On Wednesday, June 8, 2022, prices remained mostly steady around the state, yet over the previous 24 hours, Wyoming’s average gasoline price per gallon remained steady from yesterday, up 2.2 cents with an average of $4.66. 

The website GasBuddy.com, which tracks national gas prices, reported Wyoming’s average gas price is up 28 cents per gallon, over a week ago, and is up, $1.59 per gallon from one year ago.

Wyoming’s average price for gasoline remained below the national average of $4.96 for a gallon of regular. Up 2.3  cents per gallon from yesterday.

High and Low Prices:

The highest gasoline price/s in Wyoming on Wednesday were in Jackson Wyoming for the high, with $5.89 per gallon, and the lowest surveyed price is the The Corner Shop, at 901 W Pershing Blvd Cheyenne, posting $3.99 per gallon.

The highest county average is in Uinta County, with an average of $4.89 per gallon. The county with the lowest average, is in Goshen counties, with $4.32. These are the highest and lowest reported prices among those stationed surveyed.

Today’s Big Movers:

 Basin up 17 cents per gallon, Cody up 8 cents; Douglas up 13 cents; Laramie up 10 cents; Pinedale up 30 cents; Riverton up 9 cents; Sheridan up 13 cents; Thermopolis up 30 cents; 

Albany up 8 cents per gallon, Big Horn up 7 cents; Carbon down 10 cents; Fremont up 16 cents; Goshen up 9 cents; Laramie up 6 cents; Lincoln up 6 cents; Natrona up 7 cents; Niobrara up 13 cent; Park up 12 cents; Platte down 6 cents; Sublette up 7 cents; Teton down 23 cents; Uinta up 33 cents.

Most common price:

$4.63 with 6 counties reporting this price. 

*The average price per gallon of regular in each Wyoming county: 

Albany $4.47; Big Horn $4.63; Campbell $4.57; Carbon $4.40; Converse $4.49; Crook $4.90; Fremont $4.63; Goshen $4.36; Hot Springs $4.80; Johnson $4.57; Laramie $4.58; Lincoln $4.62; Natrona $4.40; Niobrara $4.63; Park $4.72; Platte $4.63; Sheridan $4.59; Sublette $4.63; Sweetwater $4.58; Teton $4.75; Uinta $4.89; Washakie $4.65; Weston: $4.42. 

*The lowest price per gallon, reported in major Wyoming cities:

Basin $4.69; Buffalo $4.22; Casper $4.24; Cheyenne $3.99; Cody $4.62; Douglas $4.42; Evanston $4.77; Gillette $4.39; Jackson $4.69; Kemmerer $4.77; Laramie $4.19; Lusk $4.39; Newcastle $4.28; Pinedale $4.89; Rawlins $4.39; Riverton $4.44; Rock Springs $4.47; Sheridan $4.59; Sundance $4.85; Thermopolis $4.77; Wheatland $4.59; Worland $4.54.  

Tim’s Observations:

My observations were included in yesterday’s report, but I would like to include them in today’s report as well. 

Gas prices continue to break records all over the state and across the country, but as I look at prices, there are anomalies in the reported prices that you might find hard to understand. Quite frankly, they have me scratching my head as well.

Looking at the western counties in Wyoming, we often see counties like Lincoln and Uinta shift up or down 20 cents or more daily. I’m trying to find out what causes this broad, quick price change, but as of yet, there’s no logical explanation.

On the other end of the spectrum, while we have had lowest price in Wyoming hover around $4.14, today we saw a $3.99 price reported in Cheyenne. My take away today? It’s a strange market out there, but with a little searching, you can avoid the anomalies too, and right now, every penny per gallon lower helps. 

Want to help us gather the most accurate gas prices for this report? Consider downloading the GasBuddy app and submit the gas prices in your area. 

*Note: Prices in this report are for reference only. They are gathered just prior to posting, and may not reflect prices that have changed since last posted.

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