Delawareans usually see a drop in gas prices as summer winds down, but the attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia is forcing prices up.
A weekend drone attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia disrupted more than 5% of the world's daily supply.
Gradual increases may be seen at U.S. gas stations before next weekend depending on how fast Saudi Aramco can revive lost output, said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy.
By some estimates, the price per barrel could rise $5 to $10, which translates into 10- to 24-cent increases for gas, diesel and jet fuel, according to Tom Kloza, an analyst at the Oil Price Information Service.
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