Expect to pay more soon when you fill up, and here's why. OPEC leaders met Friday to finalize a plan to slash oil production by 1,500,000 barrels a day.
In anticipation of that move, local gas stations pumped up their prices by about a nickel. Prices that stood at 94 cents a gallon earlier, now advertise 99 cents for regular unleaded.
Oklahoma AAA says gas prices probably won't spike locally, but they will steadily go up in the coming months.