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People planning their summer vacations will be relieved to know that top energy experts think regular gas prices have peaked for the year a hair above $4 a gallon.
Oil and gasoline prices have risen to their highest levels in two years, and analysts say prices could shoot up dramatically this year as the thirst for fuel grows in the U.S. and around the world.
The tight balance in global oil markets as nations like China and India consume more and more oil makes high gas prices "inevitable" unless the U.S. goes all out to open up and exploit its own available energy resources, he said.
"We knew this high gas price was coming back, as sure as the sun comes up in the morning," he said. "We knew global demand was catching up with global supply."