Some gas prices at stations in the far Northeast Heights are about 10-20 cents less compared to the March 25 Neighborhood Journal Gas Watch, but they’re still higher than last month’s citywide average. The Circle K/Shell gas station at 8101 Harper Drive is $3.99 a gallon when using credit, $4.45 a gallon for midgrade, $4.75 for premium and $4.99 a gallon for diesel fuel. For easy-pay customers the price for regular is $3.89 and the price for diesel $4.89 a gallon. Elsewhere, gas remained at around $4 per gallon when using Google Maps and GasBuddy to compare prices.
- The Circle K/Phillips 66 gas station at 6951 San Antonio Drive is $4 for a gallon of regular fuel, $4.45 for midgrade, $4.75 for premium and $5 for a gallon of diesel.
- The Smith’s Fuel Center at 7525 Holly Ave. is charging $3.99 a gallon for regular, $4.34 for midgrade, $4.69 for premium and $4.89 a gallon for diesel fuel.
- The Chevron at 5980 Alameda Blvd. is charging $4.30 a gallon for regular, $4.76 for midgrade, and $5.17 for premium fuel. The midgrade price listed on Google Maps is more than 24 hours old. GasBuddy did not have any prices listed for this location.
- The Valero at 100 Bien Mur Drive, across from Sandia Resort and Casino, is charging $3.98 a gallon for regular and $4.99 for a gallon of diesel fuel when looking at GasBuddy.
According to AAA’s website, the average gas price in Albuquerque is $4.005 for a gallon of regular fuel, $4.377 for midgrade, $4.648 for premium and $4.941 for diesel. A month ago, the average price was $3.87 for a gallon of unleaded, and a year ago it was $2.817 for a gallon of unleaded fuel in Albuquerque.
For New Mexico, AAA reports the average price for a gallon of unleaded to be at $4.101. The national average is $4.164. California has the highest average gas price at $5.823 for a gallon of unleaded. According to globalpetrolprices.com, the most expensive gas in the world is in Hong Kong, at $10.89 for a U.S. gallon of fuel.