RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Gas prices in the Inland Empire and elsewhere in California will continue to nosedive, possibly falling to about $2.50 per gallon next month, as the novel coronavirus emergency paralyzes demand for petroleum, an energy analyst said today. "Who knows how far this may go because of COVID-19,'' Oil Price Information Service Chief Analyst Denton Cinquegrana told City News Service. "Right now, there are stunningly low gasoline demand figures. I suspect they will go lower. Everything depends on when demand comes back.'' According to the Auto Club's Price Gauge Report, the average price for a gallon of unleaded gas in the Riverside metropolitan area is $3 per gallon. A week ago, it was $3.17, a month ago it was $3.47, and a year ago, $3.57. The price for a barrel of Wes
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