Gas in Massachusetts Up Another 4 Cents Per Gallon

BOSTON (AP) — The cost of a gallon of gasoline in Massachusetts is up another 4 cents in the past week, to its highest level since early January.

AAA Northeast reports Monday that self-serve, regular is selling for an average of $2.28 per gallon.

The Massachusetts price is 12 cents lower than the national average, but 20 cents per gallon higher than the in-state average a year ago.

The price on Cape Cod ranges from a low of $2.22 to a high of $2.47, according to

AAA says prices are climbing amid production cuts by OPEC nations, seasonal refinery maintenance and increasing demand.

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