Analysts with say gas prices in Wyoming are on the rise again, but not by much. senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan says Wyoming’s average gas price increased roughly 1.5 cents last week.

“Prices in Wyoming are averaging about $3.10 per gallon, that’s up from $3.08, and the national average has also gone up,” DeHaan said. “By and large, this is what I determine to be stable pricing – I know there was a slight increase, but this is relative stability for this time of year.”

DeHaan says prices in Wyoming are generally lower compared to other states in the Intermountain West region.

“It’s certainly much better than prices in, for example, Idaho that are averaging 10 cents more, and Colorado’s at $3.16,” DeHaan said. “It’s not really all that bad, although, if you cross over into Montana, prices are just a little bit lower.”

Gas is selling for as low as $2.89 in Casper and $2.99 in Cheyenne and Laramie. DeHaan says the national average is $3.27.