Tight supply will affect Oregon and Washington the most
Portland faces a sharp rise in gasoline prices in the next several days, according to Patrick DeHaan, a senior petroleum analyst for GasBuddy.com.
DeHaan says tight supply is boosting prices throughout the West Coast, but the worst prices will be in Oregon and Washington.
"I expect the situation to slowly resolve itself over the next few weeks, but as gasoline prices tend to fall slowly, motorists may not have a sense of real relief until late-June or July," DeHaan said.
For more information, check PortlandGasPrices.com