Updated April 26, 2019 06:53:28 gas prices are down to $2.85 per gallon, down a penny from a week ago.
Gas stations are now charging $2 per gallon in the metro Detroit area, down from $3.25.
Prices are also down in some other areas.
Gas prices are also up in several other states, including Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas.
Prices have been down since mid-March.
Gas prices are up nationwide.
On Monday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a rule that would limit the amount of gas that can be sold at gas stations.
The rules would require gas stations to be open 24 hours a day, seven days a week and not to sell more than 10,000 gallons a day.
The rule is expected to take effect on April 16.
Gasoline prices in the Houston area are up 2 cents to $1.98 per gallon.
That is down $1 from a previous price of $1,981 per gallon on Feb. 3.
Gas in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is up 3 cents to a $1 a gallon.
Gas is up about $1 more than it was a week earlier.
Gas has been up for a month in some parts of Texas.
On Friday, the price of natural gas in the Texas Gulf Coast region was up $1 per million BTUs.
That price is about 25 cents higher than it would have been last week.
Prices for gasoline and diesel are up about 50 cents each.
The price of gasoline in the state of Ohio is up more than $1 on Friday.
Gasoline prices are not expected to increase for a while, even as supplies in the United States increase.
That has led to higher prices for gasoline in Europe.
On Friday, prices in Spain rose 4 cents to 1.07 euros per gallon at the pumps.
The increase came on the heels of a sharp increase in gas prices in France, where prices are increasing by nearly 25 percent over the past month.
Gas is down in several areas in the world.
In the U.K., prices are falling.
In India, they are down.
Gas was down in New Zealand.
In Australia, prices are now at their lowest levels since March.
In Russia, prices have dropped about 10 percent.
Gas has been down in Europe for weeks.
In Spain, gas prices were at their highest level since March at $2 a gallon, and have fallen back to $3 a gallon in recent weeks.
The U.S. is on pace for its lowest gasoline prices in years.
In the U, the UAW and the union representing truckers have reached a tentative agreement that would allow the union to continue bargaining with its union in a deal that would include pay raises and other changes.
The union has also called for an immediate increase in the minimum wage, which has remained at $7.25 an hour for the past year.
The wage is set to rise to $10.10 by 2019.
The United States also has been hit by a series of hurricanes.
The first of them hit Florida, killing at least 39 people.
It was the most devastating natural disaster to hit Florida in modern history.
The second was Hurricane Harvey, which made landfall in Texas on August 25.
It has left more than 6 million people without power.
The third was Hurricane Irma, which hit the Bahamas on October 4.
More than 200 people were killed.