Tom Kloza

Oil Price Information Service

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Co-founder and long-time energy analyst for the Oil Price Information Service, which monitors petroleum prices and trends worldwide

Tom Kloza on KCRW

The average price of gallon of gasoline in the United States is $2.77. In the LA area it's $4.05. Prices have risen by 50 cents in the past week to highs of $5 in some places.

Short Supplies Fuel SoCal's Gas Price Hikes

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