The Associated Press reports a northern Indiana refinery that partially shut down earlier this month is up and running again.
Agricultural experts will outline their predictions Wednesday for what this year's harvest might look like; gas prices in central Indiana are going up again.
The return of oil refineries in the Midwest that had been offline is contributing to the the decline in prices.
Oil prices have dropped below $50 per barrel, but gas in Central Indiana has risen to above $2 per gallon.
With 97 days of falling gas prices, this streak of declining prices is the longest ever.
Declining gas prices mean tourists are more willing to drive to popular destinations such as Santa Claus, Ind.
Analysts say Indiana is among the states with the most volatile gas prices.
The price of gas trickled back down just before Christmas after a spike last week, but now that the holiday has come and gone, the price has jumped even higher.
A Purdue University professor predicts higher production and lower demand will lead to lower gas prices this summer compared to last.
Vectren says it‘s a sign that more people are finding work, and it‘s also due to low natural gas prices.