PUMP PATROL: Gas prices spiking again on Long Island as OPEC cuts oil production
After more than 100 days of respite, Long Island gas prices are creeping back upward again.
Prices in West Hempstead were up to $3.29, but ironically that is still down from the Long Island average of $3.47.
The fluctuations are said to be a result of recent cuts to oil production by OPEC.
The White House is now threatening to punish Saudi Arabia for supporting the move.