The average price of gasoline in Albuquerque decreased for the fourth week in a row. According to AAA data, the July 20 average price of regular unleaded fuel in Albuquerque is $4.12 a gallon. Last week, the average was $4.31, and on July 6 the average was $4.49 a gallon. A month ago, the average was $4.77 a gallon. New Mexico’s average price of fuel for July 20 is $4.30, and the national average $4.46 a gallon. AAA data shows Harding County as having the highest average price of gasoline in the state at $5.07 a gallon, the same as the last two weeks.
• Gas at the 7-Eleven/ALON station at 7843 Tramway Blvd. was $4.19 a gallon for regular unleaded, $4.44 for mid-grade, $4.84 for premium, and $5.26 for a gallon of diesel
• The price of regular unleaded at the Phillips 66 at 5301 Wyoming Blvd. went down three pennies from last week to $4.07 a gallon Wednesday, July 20. Mid-grade went from $4.59 to $4.56 a gallon, premium went down from $4.84 to $4.80, and diesel went down one cent since last week to $5.25 a gallon.
• Prices at the Circle K/Shell gas station at 8101 Harper Drive also went down since last week, with regular unleaded now at $4.15 a gallon, mid-grade at $4.73, and premium $4.98 a gallon. Diesel decreased four cents to $5.22 a gallon.
• A gallon of regular unleaded at the Circle K/Phillips 66 gas station at 5501 Alameda Blvd. decreased 15 cents since last week, now costing $4.45 a gallon. Mid-grade decreased 20 cents, going from $5.15 to $4.95 a gallon, and premium also decreased 20 cents, now costing $5.20 a gallon. A gallon of diesel fuel was $5.40 a gallon, four cents less than on July 13.
• The Chevron at 5980 Alameda Blvd. was charging $4.50 for a gallon of regular, 15 cents less than last week. Mid-grade went from $5.11 to $4.96, and premium went from $5.52 to $5.37 a gallon. Prices for mid-grade were more than 24 hours old, according to Google Maps.
*Prices are rounded down to the nearest penny using AAA and Google Maps data.