When gas prices rise: What you need to know

The price of gas has been rising steadily since it was reintroduced in July 2018.

The price is currently at a record low of $2.40 per million British thermal units (Btu), the cheapest in the world.

It has fallen by more than half in the past two months.

This means that prices in some parts of the country have risen by up to $1.50 per million Btu.

In some areas, like the Midwest and South, it has risen by $1 a litre.

But the price of a gallon of gas in the US has fallen to $2, meaning that in some areas you have to pay a higher price than in others.

What’s the best way to save money?

If you’re paying more for gas than you need, you can save money by switching to a cheaper fuel.

If you want to save a little money on the amount of gas you consume, you could consider switching to renewable energy, such as solar panels, wind turbines or geothermal.

A range of alternative energy sources, including solar panels and wind turbines, can be cheaper than buying gas.

If your household energy needs are more than you can meet, consider using a generator instead.

It can save you money on your heating bill, as well as on the price you pay for your gas.

Find out more about what your energy bills will be in the next few weeks.

How much do I need to save?

A typical gas household has around 1,000 litres of gas and an average home has about 20 litres of fuel.

You can also buy petrol or diesel, or if you’re a small-scale producer, produce your own fuel.

But if you are looking to save on gas and other household energy costs, you should be able to cut back on your consumption of these fuels.

How do I get started?

To help you decide if you should switch to a gas-free lifestyle, we’ve put together a guide on how to switch to gas-powered appliances and a guide to the best gas stations in the UK.

Get the guide on the next page