Dec 29, 2014 2:53 PM
CONCORD - New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning says the state average for a tank of gas now is $2.55, but come the New Year will the trend continue?
The experts say that's a tough call.
The Office of Energy and Planning also predicts that the average price of gas will increase in 2015 to $3.38 and that the price of home heating oil will also be on the rise.
"They are similar products but different especially when you compare propane to gasoline and oils. Those are different and they have different drivers in the market because they have slightly different supply points. Right now consumers joining us, will ride the market and enjoy prices as they are today," said Joe Trefethen of Palmer Gas Ermer Oil.
Trefethen said it's not to late to lock in to these lower prices while the market is good.
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