Analysts with say, despite increased national volatility, gas prices in Wyoming are remaining relatively stable.

“Prices are little-changed over the last week, rising just five-tenths of a penny across the state of Wyoming, currently standing at about $3.07 per gallon,” senior petroleum analyst Patrick DeHaan said on Monday.

DeHaan says the national average increased by nearly two cents last week to $3.28. He also says that he expects prices throughout the country to trend higher in the coming weeks.

“That’s coming on the heels of big increases in the price of oil last Thursday and Friday,” DeHaan said. “Oil prices currently holding on the about $100 per barrel, and that’s close to the upper-end of the range that we’ve seen for the past several months.”

Gas is selling for as low as $2.89 in Casper, $3.02 in Cheyenne and $2.98 in Laramie.