Petroleum analysts with say the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded in the Cowboy State increased again last week.

“Wyoming prices increased about 1.4 cents per gallon in the last week, averaging now $3.08,” senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan said on Monday. “Meanwhile, the national average declined about a fraction of a penny to $3.29.”

DeHaan says, in the coming week, he doesn’t expect prices throughout the Intermountain West to change significantly.

“The biggest story here is that prices, overall, are remaining relatively stable,” DeHaan said. “For the week ahead, I wouldn’t expect a whole lot of change here in Wyoming. A very small change, perhaps just a penny or two per gallon – it could go either way, really,”

Gas is selling for as low as $2.92 in Casper, $2.97 in Cheyenne and $2.93 in Laramie.