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  • **FILE** A man fills his gas tank Aug. 29, 2012, at a gas station in Lyndhurst, Ohio. (Associated Press)

    As U.S. supply accelerates, gas prices stuck in neutral

    America is in the midst of an energy boom has left the country floating in crude oil and natural gas — but consumers are seeing only modest returns at the gas pump, where analysts said the chief benefit has been stability, not cost-cutting.

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  • "There's reason to believe this could be a sustainable trend because we have just an abundance of domestic production, but at the same time we need a lot of infrastructure to catch up," Mr. Laskoski said.

    As U.S. supply accelerates, gas prices stuck in neutral →

  • "We're not seeing that it's having a tremendous impact on the retail price of gas at the pump, but we do see that consumers are saving. We saved a little bit of money in 2013, and we expect consumers will save a little more this year," said Gregg Laskoski, senior petroleum analyst at GasBuddy.

    As U.S. supply accelerates, gas prices stuck in neutral →

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