Brent costs $108.52 per barrel and the West Texas Intermediate fell under $90. A barrel of WTI costs $87.60.
Analysts say, the demand of gasoline of the last few weeks is 3.6% lower than this time last year. Interesting, when we consider, that they talk about the high-season of driving. Actually, the demand didn't fall because of lesser use, but because the gallon costs over $1.
There will be always a great demand of gasoline, fuel and oil, but until the prices don't go lower the demand will be braked.