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Gas prices showing weekly increase trend

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Gas prices are up again today by another $0.10. Mobil gas stations took the lead hiking their price for a regular gallon of gas to $4.72, while a gallon of premium is up to $5.02 cents. 76 gas stations followed the increase at their pumps this afternoon.

Shell service stations have not yet raised their prices, however, officials tell KUAM News that their prices are expected to jump up by a dime later this evening.

The increase comes only one week after price hikes. Despite the rise, the price of a barrel of crude oil dropped from $113 to $108.

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