Oklahoma pump prices have apparently found a home for the time being, AAA Oklahoma reported. Tuesday's average across the state was $3.402 for a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline, just a cent higher than two weeks ago.

 

“After climbing from a recent low of $2.895 in mid-December last year, retail gasoline prices in Oklahoma have leveled off,” said Chuck Mai, spokesman for AAA Oklahoma. “Whether this is a trend remains to be seen. We’re still in that tricky time of the year when refineries are transitioning to the production of more expensive summer-grade fuel blends.”