The summer driving season has ended with retailers around the country seeing margins at record levels. National retail gasoline margins during the summer averaged a record-breaking 29.2cts/gal during the drive season, which starts on Memorial Day weekend and ends on Labor Day. That’s more than 21% higher than the previous record of 24.1cts/gal set in 2015 and a 25% increase over 2018.

In this free download, you'll get a better understanding of:

  • In-depth weekly and monthly demand numbers
  • Geopolitical events that affected prices at the pump
  • Impact of refinery issues on supply

And, at-a-glance data from 2007 to 2019 of:

  • Annual summer driving margins by region
  • Margins in the 1st half of the year versus the 2nd half
  • Quarterly margins by year 
  • Retail margins during the summer-drive season



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