The price of gasoline in the Tulsa area has risen 10 cents since Wednesday.
A check of area gas stations Thursday morning showed the price for a gallon of regular was $1.69. Earlier this week, the price was $1.49. About a month ago, prices were down to as low as $1.15 a gallon.
Oil prices have jumped 30 percent in less than two weeks and are now trading above $30 a barrel.
Industry experts say it's still too soon to tell if oil prices have bottomed out since there's still more supply than demand.