Aside from the 23 cent gas tax hike that went into affect last month, I'm probably not the only one noticing gas prices slowly creeping up as of late.

Gas was $2.43 a gallon at Wawa this morning. It wasn't too long ago (before the gas tax) that prices were only a little higher than $2 a gallon.

Well according to officials, gas prices are going to keep going up due to OPEC cutting oil production, while demand is rising.

According to Tom Kloza, a global petroleum expert for Oil Price Information Service,

"This is the first [time] since 2013 that we're using more oil than we're sending to market"

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