- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 1, 2014

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The average price for a gallon of self-serve gasoline in Oklahoma is up slightly from last week, but may be near its peak.

AAA Oklahoma reports the statewide average is $3.42 per gallon - an increase of two cents per gallon from last week.

Prices in selected cities range from $3.36 per gallon in Lawton and Shawnee to $3.48 per gallon in Guymon. Drivers in Oklahoma City are paying an average of $3.40 per gallon while the price in Tulsa is $3.42 per gallon.

The national average is $3.56 per gallon.

AAA says gas prices may be near their peak. The agency notes weak global economic data and the growing consensus that geopolitical tensions with Russia are unlikely to disrupt the distribution of crude oil.

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