The Department does not have regulatory authority nor control over fuel prices. These websites have information about petroleum and fuel prices from a wide variety of perspectives:
- Gasbuddy.com: with a searchable database on gasoline prices by zip code for Arizona and other states
- AAA Fuel Gauge Report: a daily report on fuel prices and tips on reducing gasoline usage
- Howstuffworks.com: information on gasoline prices, what affects them, etc.
Industry Web Sites:
- Western States Petroleum Association, for news about the petroleum industry
- Western Petroleum Marketers Association for news about the industry
- FactsOnFuel.com from the American Petroleum Institute
- National Petrochemical and Refiners Association
- Industrial Energy Consumers of America, for a perspective from industrial users
Government Web Sites:
- Arizona Attorney General - information on gas prices
- U.S. Department of Energy - Regional Gas Prices: a federal government page that offers data on regional gasoline prices and charts
- A Primer on Gasoline Prices: an Energy Department page showing percentages of fuel costs created by taxes, refinery costs, etc.
- California Department of Energy: information fuel and energy projections, energy information for kids, and more
- California Air Resources Board: information on clean air programs, and more.
- Federal Trade Commission: Information on consumer protection.
Need to File a Complaint?
The Arizona Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures Services Division follows up on all consumer complaints. If you think you did not receive everything you paid for at a gasoline pump, file a complaint.